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TWENTY- NINTH 

ANNUAL REPORT 

OF 

The National Farm 
School 



Farm School 
Bucks County 
Pennsylvania 




1926 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



OFFICERS AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Harry B. Hirsh^ Chairtnan, Board of Trustees 
Herbert D. Allman^ President 
Joseph H. Hagedorn^ Vice-President 
Isaac H. Silverman, Treasurer 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

(Having served for ten consecutive years) 



Herbert D. Allman 
Hart Blumexthal 
DA\aD Burpee 
Adolph Eichholz 
Harry Felix 



Simon Friedberger 
Daniel Gimbel 
Harry B. Hirsh 
]\IoRRis A. Kaufmann 
Alfred M. Klein 
M. R. Krauskopf 



Leon ]\Ierz 
Louis Nusbaum 
Bernard Selig 
I. H. Silverman 
Jos. N. Snellenburg 



Term Expires ig2j 
Morris Fleishman 
Fred. P. Grueneerg 
Jos. H. Hixlein 
Louis A. Hirsch 
Bernard Kohn 
Mrs. Jos. Krauskopf 
James Work 
John Zimmerman 



ELECTED MEMBERS 
Term Expires igsS 

Mrs. Gabriel Blum 
Abraham Erlanger 
]\Iaurice Fees 
Horace Fleisher 
Roy a. Heymann 
Charles Kxine 
Leon Rosenbaum 
Philip Sterling 



Term Expires ig2g 

Henry S. Belber 
Wm. H. Fineshriber 
Jos. H. Hagedorn 
Maurice Jacobs 
Henry A. James 
Jas. a. Pr.a.tt 
]^Irs. Arthur K. Stern- 
Grant Wright 



^Iiss E. ^I. Bellefield, Secretary 
1101 Market Street, Philadelphia 

]\Iiss A. M. Abrahamson, Wm. Abahamson, 2\Irs. Miriam 
Isaacs, Field Secretaries 



Alfred M. Gross, Accountant 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



NEW YORK COMMITTEE 

1 Park Avenue, New York City 

Abraham Erlanger, Chairman 



Adam L. Gimbel 

Mrs. H. a. Guinzberg 

Stanley Isaacs 

Mrs. Alexander Kohut 

Rev. Dr. Nathan Kjiass 

Samuel C. Lamport 



Adolph Lewisohn 

Sophie Irene Loeb 

Benjamin Mordecai 

Rev. Dr. D. De Sola Pool 

Israel Unterberg 

Rev. Dr. Stephen S. Wise 



NATIONAL AUXILIARY BOARD 



Max A. Acller Rochester, N. Y. 

Daniel Alexander. .Salt Lake City, Utah 

Gov. M. Alexander Boise, Idaho 

Henry Beer New Orleans, La. 

Melvin Behrends ...Washington, D. C. 

I. W. Bernheim Louisville, Ky. 

Harry S. Binswanger ...Richmond, Va. 

Nathan Eckstein Seattle, Wash. 

Abraham J. Feldman. ..Hartford, Conn. 
Maurice J. Freiberg ..Cincinnati, Ohio 
Milton D. Greenbaum. . .Baltimore, Md. • 



Mrs. H. A. Guinzburg. .New York, N. Y. 
Julian A. Hillman. .Atlantic City, N. J. 

Albert C. Lehman Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Louis Schlesinger Newark, N. J. 

Morris Stern San Antonio, Tex. 

David Sternberg Memphis, Tenn. 

Isaac M. Ullman New Haven, Conn. 

Eugene Warner Buffalo, N. Y. 

Morris Weil Lincoln, Neb. 

Samuel D. Wise Cleveland, Ohio 



WOMEN'S COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Jos. Krauskopf^ Chairwoman Mrs. David Frankel^ Secretary 



Mrs. A. J. Bamberger Mrs, 

Mrs. H. S. Behal Mrs. 

Mrs. Philip Berg Mrs. 

Mrs. Henry S. Belber Mrs. 

Mrs. D. T. Berlizheimer Mrs. 

Mrs. Gabriel Blum Mrs. 

Mrs Gladys S. Braun Mrs. 

Mrs, H. M. Dannenbaum Mrs. 



A. Fleisher Mrs. 

Simon Friedberger Mrs. 

Sara Goldsmith Miss 

L. H. Heimerdinger Mrs. 

A. M. Klein Mrs. 

Bernard Kohn Mrs. 

M. R. Krauskopf Mrs. 

A. Marks Mrs. 



Angelo Myers 
Theodore Netter 
M. Oppenheimer 
S. Rosenau 
H. Rosenthal 
Irving Rossheim 
R. B. Schoneman 
Arthur K. Stern 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



THE FACULTY 



C. L. GOODLING, B. Sc, M. A., Pennsylvania State College; Director 

(effective April 15, 1927). 

BERNHARD OSTROLENK, B. Sc, Massachusetts Agricultural College; 
B. Sc, Boston University; M. Sc, University of Minnesota; M. A., Ph. 
D., University of Pennsylvania; Director (Resigned, effective March 1, 
1927). 

J. L. CAMPBELL, B. Sc, University of Mar3'land; Business Manager, In- 
structor in Mathematics. 

O. A. STANGEL, B. Sc, M. Sc, University of Wisconsin; Superintendent 
of Agriculture, Instructor in Farm Crops. 

D. M. PURMELL, B. Sc, Michigan Agricultural College; Superintendent of 

Horticulture, Instructor in Vegetable Gardening and Pomology. 

HENRY SCHMIEDER, A. B., M. Sc, University of Pennsylvania ; Superin- 
tendent of Biology and Beekeeping. 

PAUL McKOWN, A. B., Princeton University; Instructor in English and 
History. 

E. W. WING, B. Sc, M. Sc, Connecticut Agricultural College ; Instructor in 

Dairying. 

FRANK PLAIN, B. Sc, Rutgers College;. Instructor in Poultry. 

MORRIS MAYER, National Farm School; Instructor in Floricjilture. 

WALTER J. GROMAN, National Farm School; Instructor in Farm Ma- 
chinery. 

H. G. FIESSER, Gartenbauschule, Geisenteim, Germany; Instructor in Land- 
scape Gardening. 

WESLEY MASSINGER, D. V. S., University of Pennsylvania; Instructor in 
Veterinary Medicine. 

SAMUEL SAMUELS, B. Sc, Massachusetts Agricultural College ; Instructor 
in Charge of Athletics and Social Activities. 

M. SKAIST, National Farm School; Assistant Social Director. 

MRS. ROSE BERGMAN, Matron. 

REBECCAH CHURCHMAN, B. Sc, Delaware University; Librarian. 



THE XATIOXAL FARM SCHOOL 



A GREATER NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



ANNUAL MESSAGE 

DELIVERED BY 

HERBERT D. ALLMAN, President 

of the National Farm School 
AT THE 

OCCASION OF THE 
29th ANNUAL MEETING, OCTOBER 3, 1926 



''The good that man does lives after him." 'Tis not a long 
span from the embryo Farm School, conceived by cur sainted 
leader, Dr. Joseph Krauskopf, a little over a generation ago, 
to the great national conference called together last June, and 
sponsored by such outstanding men as President Calvin Coolidge, 
Secretary of Agriculture, Wm. M. Jardine, Abraham Erlanger, 
Adam Gimbel, Miss Sophie Irene Loeb and Mannie Straus. 

I wonder if the spirit of this great founder, even with the 
God-given vision and energy that were his, could have foreseen 
the enormous headway his dream has made, becoming, almost 
overnight, national in fact as well as in name. 

This successful conference which convened in New York 
City from June 2 to 7, inclusive, was conceived, presided over 
and financed by one man, Mr. Abraham Erlanger, philanthropist 
and generous benefactor of our School, one of its most active 
directors and supporters, and always an ardent advocate of 
expansion and progress. 

There came leading educators, agriculturists and Gov- 
ernors' representatives from most every State in the Union, 
with Mayors' delegates from large cities, to attend this Con- 
ference, and in addition to the endorsement of President 
Coolidge and Secretary Jardine, it won the hearty commenda- 
tion of such statesmen as Senator Arthur Capper of Kansas; 
Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, I. W. Dunlap ; Director of 
Extension Service, U. S, Department of Agriculture, Dr. C. W. 
Warburton ; Hon. Frank 0. Lowden, former Governor of Illinois ; 
Hon. Morris Shepherd, Senator from Texas; Hon. Benjamin F. 
Yoakum, and many others. We are proud to include such illus- 



6 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

trioiis names among our already large list of prominent endorsers 
of the past. 

Through this Conference, we now enter upon a new phase 
of development and expansion — ''A Greater National Farra 
School." So keen was the interest animating the public, that 
newspapers throughout the country gave largely of their space 
to record the daily proceedings. News items and editorials 
appeared in thousands of prominent papers, in addition to over 
one hundred articles in New York City's large dailies. 

Time does not allow for even a short synopsis of the event- 
ful addresses made by the many leaders of agriculture and 
education, who helped to project this most successful gathering, 
where thoughtful minds discussed general agricultural prob- 
lems, and offered to aid our School in its constructive policy. 

While in its personnel and attitude it was non-sectarian, 
the fact of the Jewish origin of the School was never lost sight of, 
nor that Dr. Krauskopf, a Philadelphia Rabbi, was its founder; 
that for almost thirty years it had been managed by a Board of 
Trustees, most of whom were Jewish men prominent in the com- 
munitj* ; that it had been sustained by capital from the same 
source ; and that its original purpose was to encourage, especially 
Jewish boys to leave congested cities for farming as a life's 
vocation. 

Dr. Krauskopf 's Avider realization of his original idea was 
also brought out ; i. e., that which applied to his co-religionists, 
applied as well to all citizens^Jew and non-Jew. Then why 
not encourage unsatisfied boys and girls, otherwise welded to 
city occupations, by the accident of urban birth, to go out on the 
farm where an outdoor vocation could give them health, happi- 
ness and a dignified career? 

Statistics presented by various delegates revealed the con- 
stantly increasing influx of millions of men and women from 
farms to cities ; the depletion of the rural population ; the ex- 
change of farm life for the alluring but superficial existence in the 
city; that from a nation of soil tillers, we were gradually being 
transformed into one of industrial workers. Available figures 
quoted show that the combined capital of farmers in our 
country is alarmingly decreasing. 

Many of the delegates were women, successful exponents of 
agriculture, who advocated the training of city girls for agricult- 
ural pursuits. They proved that the farm offers a career for 
women anxious to exercise initiative and work at something 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 7 

they love; that it is essential that farmers' homes be occupied 
by properly trained intelligent women. 

On the final day of the Conference, the delegates unani- 
mously agreed, having made the trip from New York to the 
School, and having thoroughly inspected our plant, that this 
unique institution, by its method of educating boys — and perhaps 
in the near future girls — practically and theoretically, is one of 
the cornerstones in the edifice of American agriculture; that 
the farming needs of the Nation can be bettered through active 
co-operation with The National Farm School, the parent insti- 
tution of a new type of agricultural training ; that the School 
deserves the financial support of the entire country, setting as 
an ultimate goal an aggregate sum of $15,000,000. 

Will we, the Trustees, measure up to these larger responsi- 
bilities? I think so. Allow me to quote parts of Dr. Krauskopf 's 
last Annual Message, delivered in October, 1922, which graph- 
ically sketches some of the many obstacles you courageous 
pioneers overcame in the past. He said: 

"Somewhere, some poet said 'every anniversary is the dis- 
pelling of a dream.' Back of this utterance there may have 
been sad experiences. Our experience since the founding of The 
National Farm School, twenty-five years ago, has been far more 
favorable. Each annual gathering records a nearer fulfillment 
of the cherished dream. We knew when we started this radical 
project, the time element must not be stressed. The sinking in 
of new thoughts is a slow process, often requiring centuries before 
an enduring impression is made. To have accomplished this much^ 
in so short a time, spells to an historian not a 'dispelling of a 
dream,' but a very near realization of it." 

Then he tells us with pardonable pride, that the plant had 
grown from almost nothing to the respectable sum of $500,000 
without any indebtedness upon it. It is my pleasure and priv- 
ilege to tell you that a conservative estimate of our plant today, 
four years later, approximates a sum of $1,500,000, still without 
encumbrance. 

If we show this remarkable progress in so short a time, is 
it not a justifiable claim that we shall faithfully meet our new 
responsibilities? That, having received the plaudits and en- 
comiums of agricultural thinkers, men and women from Maine 
to California, shall we not advance step by step until Ave reach 
the new goal set for us? Surely, we shall not disappoint these 
new-found friends and admirers. 



8 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

On January 3, 1926, your Board of Trustees, having made 
an extensive national survey of the practicability and desirability 
of admitting girls as co-educational students, unanimously passed 
a resolution, the purport of which was, when there is a demand 
for such entrance, and provided sufficient funds for buildings 
and maintenance are forthcoming, a certain number of young 
women shall be admitted. 

This pronouncement which was reaffirmed by a resolution 
unanimously passed at the Convention, is not a new thought, 
for it had long been in the minds of the Founders, in fact, it 
was Dr. Krauskopf's original plan for the School. He urged 
its establishment in several Annual Messages, but lack of funds 
made it impossible of realization. 

I have dwelt on this New York Conference, because it is, 
I believe, the most important, illuminating aind outstanding 
event in all the thirty years' existence of the School. 

Let us hope and pray that strength and length of life may 
be the portion of our beloved benefactor, Mr. Abraham Erlanger, 
who helped make this possible; that he may lead us on a journey 
towards much greater heights of successful achievement; that 
the fruits of this agricultural conference may be abundant, up- 
lifting and far-reaching to all mankind. 

Your Trustees at the September meeting, recognizing their 
obligations towards this expansion for "A Greater Farm School," 
were in accord that a broader supervision and administration 
was necessary, and it was therefore unanimously resolved 
that a personal contact service between the boys at School and 
after graduation be set up, in order to encourage and continue 
sympathetic and intelligent relationship between the School and 
the student ; that short unit courses be established in addition to 
the regular three-year term; that the Faculty shall be strength- 
ened to the highest point of efficiency, supplemented by a prac- 
tical farm manager; that an intensive campaign for securing 
high-grade students be inaugurated, with headquarters in New 
York and Philadelphia. 

Through the generosity of New York friends, their Trades 
have contributed sixty scholarships, enabling us to increase our 
student enrollment, and with the help of our friends throughout 
the country, we hope to extend further this program of 
expansion. 

The various departments of the School have operated to 
capacity, growth being the keynote, in the calibre of our stu- 
dents, Faculty and development of plant. 



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THE HOME FARM 





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HAYING ON ERLANGER FARM No. 6 



THE NATIONAL FARAI SCHOOL 9 

At the Commencement Exercises on Washington's Birthday, 
thirt}^ students M^ere graduated. How the phj^sical aspect of the 
School changed during the three years since they were freshmen, 
was graphically narrated by Class President Kleinfeld in his 
salutatory address. Shortly after their matriculation in 1923, 
Pioneer Hall was destroyed by fire, followed by the death of our 
beloved leader, Dr. Joseph Krauskopf, but out of these misfor- 
tunes arose the phoenix of a bigger and a better Farm School. 
The first building to take tangible form was the modern Ulman 
Dormitories. Segal, Penn and Eisner Halls were remodeled on 
practical lines, a credit to the Building Committee. Then came the 
noble Krauskopf Memorial Library, the modern Erlanger Farms 
and Straus Dairy, the Horticultural Storage Building, additional 
acreage with more modern farm machinery and implements, 
and a complete underground sanitation plant. 

Eemodelling of Lasker Hall converts an unused attic into 
comfortable living rooms for our Faculty, also a new section of 
dormitories for the help. On the second floor, first-class dispen- 
saries and isolation wards have been established. The kitchen and 
dining room space has been increased. The old dairy building is 
remodelled for the teaching of farm mechanics, until such time 
when we can afford a' modern building. All these improvements 
are factors for better work. 

We are proud of the social and athletic life of the School. 
The monthly dances, under the auspices of our Women's and 
Domestic Committees have been popular. Moving pictures have 
proved enjoyable, a new projector having been donated by Mr. 
Jules Mastbaum. An orthophonic radio-phonograph, the gift of 
Mr. Abraham Erlanger, is a delightful means of entertainment. 
Prominent men and women have participated in our cultural 
Forum gatherings, to which the students and surrounding com- 
munities are eopdially invited. 

Our Library with its magnificent setting is rapidly be- 
coming a mecca for research, study and recreational reading. 
Thanks to the efforts of Mr. Hart Blumenthal, Chairman of the 
Library Committee, who brings a thorough knowledge of the 
requirements, many new books are being added. To Mrs. 
Eugene M. Stern, we are indebted for a generous gift of $1,000 
in the name of her deceased husband. In grateful appreciation, 
we have inscribed his name, and that of Mrs. Meyer Syele, in 
wiiose memory her husband made a liberal gift, on a new bronze 
tablet in the Library. 



10 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

We consider ourselves fortunate in having added to our 
host of supporters the membership, individually and collectively, 
of the Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity, who in addition to the service 
they are rendering in making the work of the School better 
known throughout .the land, have added their subscription to 
our growing list of perpetual Scholarships. 

Our generous patron, Mr. Abraham Erlanger, has added to 
his other munificent gifts a donation to cover the cost of our 
new model barns — the last Avord in modern construction — which 
have been named in liis honor. 

Our Exhibit in the Palace of Education at the Sesqui- 
Centennial has received much favorable commendation by 
visitors and in the public press. Our various activities were 
graphically displayed, the exhibits changing weekly, demonstrat- 
ing the different branches of the School's instruction. 

We are indebted to our esteemed fellow Trustee, Mr. Adolph 
Eichholz, for having had all of our properties henceforth ex- 
empted from County Taxes, thus effecting a large saving. 

To the honored and beloved Chairman of our Board, Mr. 
Harry B. Hirsh, to our Vice-Chairman, Mr. Joseph H. Hagedorn, 
and Treasurer, Mr. I. H. Silverman, to our very active National 
Chairman, Mr. Abraham Erlanger and to the Chairmen of our 
various Committees, Dr. Louis Nusbaum, Educational; Mr. 
Louis A. Hirsch, Domestic ; Mr. Leon Rosenbaum, Building ; 
Mr. Joseph N. Snellenburg, Finance ; Mr. Alfred M. Klein, Bud- 
get; Mr. Grant Wright, Publicity, and to the men and women 
members of all committees, we extend our sincere thanks. With- 
out their untiring efforts and loyalty, the splendid showing we 
make today could not have been achieved. 

The Dean, Superintendent, Office and entire Faculty, headed 
by our Director, Dr. Bernhard Ostrolenk, have individually and 
collectively rendered valuable and loyal service. They have 
labored homogeneously and conscientiously, in fair weather and 
storm, for the good of the School, and our sincere commendation 
and thanks are gratefully tendered them publicly today, for 
much of the School's success is due to them. 

To the staff of the Philadelphia Office and our Field Secre- 
taries, we offer our sincere thanks and appreciation because of 
their constant and economical service, under the efficient super- 
vision of our Secretary, Miss Elsie M. Bellefield. 

Our thanks are extended to the Federation of Jewish Char- 
ities of Philadelphia for their annual contribution of -$21,000, 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 11 

also to the numerous other Federated Charities throughout the 
country who have encouraged us with financial support; to the 
State of Pennsylvania for its appropriation of $25,000 for the 
biennium ; to the Baron do Hirsch Fund for its continued en- 
couragement in addition to an annual sum of $15,000 ; and to 
our hosts of friends and supporters, men and women through- 
out the country, who so generously and helpfully encourage 
and further our work. 

Our Endowment Fund has been increased through bequests, 
memorial donations and Life Memberships by $17,000 during 
the year, bringing the total fund to $227,000. 

Our Jubilee Building and Endowment Fund now totals 
$730,000, an increase of $140,000. Much of this has gone into 
new buildings, repairs and improvements. It had been our 
hope to erect this year a much-needed central heating plant, the 
economy and efficiency being obvious, but necessary funds are 
not yet available. 

We record with sincere sorrow, the death of our bene- 
factor, Mr. Henry L. Frank of Chicago, who passed away last 
spring, and of Mrs. Harry Bayersdorfer, who for years, as a 
member of the Women's Board, was an ardent worker. 

To summarize : A Campaign for Five Million Dollars, the 
first step toward the Fifteen Million Dollar goal suggested by 
the Conference is now being launched. Surveys of our entire 
acreage and curriculum have been made and approved by gov- 
ernmental expert agriculturists. Crop returns have been larger 
and better than in any previous year. The student body and 
graduating classes are the largest and best in our history. Our 
Faculty has been strengthened and equipment for instruction en- 
larged. The breed of cattle has been improved, and the general 
functioning and development of the entire School have made re- 
cords which I am sure you will look upon wSpi pride and satis- 
faction. While all this is most gratifying we must not allow our 
efforts and energy to slow down. "A Greater National Farm 
School" was the watchword of the New York Conference. It must 
be ours also. Therefore, we can not pause to rest upon our past 
achievements. We must not stand still. The greater school 
will place new and added burdens upon us, but we know that 
the courageous spirit of the founders who so valiantly met and 
overcame the almost insurmountable difficulties of the past, will 
be our strength and inspiration; that our friends who have 
helped and encouraged us, will stand by in our greater effort; 



12 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

that new friends will rally to our cause, so that from out of 
this School will go legions of young men dedicated to service 
and leadership in the tilling of the soil, this primary occupation, 
the basis and foundation of our Nation's safety and liberty. 



TWENTY-SIXTH ANNUAL GRADUATION 
February 22, 1926 

The twenty-sixth class was graduated from The National 
Farm School on Monday, February 22, 1926, when thirty stu- 
dents were awarded diplomas for the completion of their three- 
years' training in practical and scientific agriculture. 

The Exercises were held in the Joseph Krauskopf Library. 
Dr. Cheeseman A. Herrick, President of Girard College, was 
the guest speaker of the day. He told the graduates that 
many of the greatest men of our country were brought up on 
the farms, and gained their ability to meet the situations of 
life in the country. On the farm they acquired capacity to 
adopt their means to the end desired better than in any other 
occupation in life. 

Mr. Herbert D. Allman, President of The National Farm 
School, presided, and in his address called attention to the 
great importance of agriculture to our country. He contrasted 
the splendidly e(^]iipped School of today and its more than 
1,100 acres, to th^ small struggling institution of a genera- 
tion ago. Mr. Harry B. Hirsh, Chairman of the Board of 
Trustees, also spoke, and pointed out to the graduates the great 
future offered to them as farmers, with the background of 
their practical and scientific training, made possible for them 
by The National Farm School. 

Jos. M. Kleinfeld, President of the Class, was Salutatorian, 
and Harold Peskin, winner of the Mj^er Rothstein Prize, was 
Valedictorian. The "Presentation of the Hoe" was made bv 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 13 

Irwin Klein to the incoming Senior Class. A number of cash 
prizes offered by generous donors were awarded, and the 
Walker-Gordon Scholarships went to Harold Kaplan, Harry C. 
Doremus and Moses Grossfield. 

The Invocation was given by Rev. W. R. Deal of 
Doylestown. 

Dr. Bernhard Ostrolenk, Director of the School, awarded 
the diplomas to the following: 



John Asch 

Se\Tnore Morris Borushik 

Nathan Brown 

Abe T. Cohen 

Morris Davis 

Harry Clifton Doremus 

Herbert L Fishstein 

Solis Galob 

Edward Gordon 

Moses Grossfield 

Edward C. Hardiman, Jr. 

Leon H. Kaplan 

Emil M. Katz 

Joseph Samuel Kisber 

Irwin Klein 



Joseph M. Kleinfeld 
Hyman Samuel Levin 
Philip Levinson 
Lucien Levitsky 
Harold Peskin 
Jack Regal 
Theodore Rubin 
Louis Rummel 
Louis Santoria 
Michael Sheer 
John D. Simons 
Matthew Snyder 
William Burton Taylor 
Everett Wilson 
Joseph Zabara 



14 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Perpetual §>rtfolarHijtp0 



1908— "WM. S. RAYNER SCHOLARSHIP." By Mrs. 
Bertha Rayner Frank, Baltimore, Md. 

1908— "DR. SAMUEL L. FRANK SCHOLARSHIP." 
By Mrs. Bertha Rayner Frank, Baltimore, Md. 

1920— "SIMON L. AND CECILIA BLOCH SCHOLAR- 
SHIP." By Mr. Simon L. Bloch, Philadelphia. 

1924— "SIMON AND YETTA ERLANGER SCHOLAR- 
SHIP." By Mr. Abraham Erlanger, New York. 

1925— "S. R. GUGGENHEIM SCHOLARSHIP." By 
Mr. S. R. Guggenheim, New York. 

1925— "JOHN AND AMELIA STRAUSS SCHOLAR- 
SHIP." By Mr. Chas. Erlanger and children, 
Sidney C. and Milton S. Erlanger, and Mrs. Alfred 
Nathan, Jr., New York. 

1925— "FRED. A. MILIUS MEMORIAL SCHOLAR- 
SHIP." By friends of Mr. Milius, New York. 

1925— "THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL ALUMNf 
SCHOLARSHIP." By the Alumni of the School. 

1926— "PHI EPSILON PI SCHOLARSHIP." 



$10,000 founds a perpetual scholarship. 



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iffarmB iottatei 



Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 1 

40 acres, in the Spring of 1904. 

Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 2 

oS acres, in tbe Spring of 1905. 

Flora Schoenfeld Farm No. 3 

163 acres, in the Fall of 1907. 

In memory of Flora Schoenfeld 

by her husband, Max Schoenfeld 

of Rorschach, Switzerland. 



Henry Hellman Farm No. 4 

110 acres in 1917, by Mr. Henry Hellman, of New York. 



Erlanger Farm No. 6 

205 acres in 1923, by Mr. Abraham Erlanger, of New York. 



Erlanger Farm No. 7 

138 acres in 1925, by Mr. Abraham Erlanger, of New York. 



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Theresa Loeb Memorial G-reenhouse 

In memorj' of Theresa Loeb, Ogontz, Pa., by family, 1898. 

Ida M. Block Memorial Chapel 

In memorv of Ida M. Block, Kansas City, Mo., by her husband 
and family, 1899. 

Zadok M. Eisner Building 

In memory of Zadok M. Eisner, Philadelphia, Pa., bv his wife, 
1899. 

Rose Krauskopf Memorial Greenhouse 

In memory of Rose Krauskopf. Philadelphia, Pa., by her chil- 
dren, 1899. 

Dairy, by Mr. and Mrs. Louis I. Aaron 

Pittsburgh, Pa., 1899. 

Segal School and Science Building 

By Adolph Segal, Philadelphia, Pa., 1906. 

Frances E. Loeb Vegetable Forcing G-reenhouse 

In memory of Frances E. Loeb, by her husband, 1908. 

Louis I. Aaron Ice House 

By Mr. Louis I. Aaron, of Pittsburgh, Pa., in honor of his 70th 
birthday, 1911. 

Morris Lasker Domestic Hall 

By the Family of Mr. Morris Lasker, of Galveston, Tex., 1917. 

Edward Hirsh Botanical Laboratory 

In memory of Edward Hirsh, by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Harry B. Hirsh, of Philadelphia, Pa., 1918. 

Rebecca F. Louchheim Auditorium 

In memory of Rebecca F. Louchheim, by her children, 1922. 

Carnation House 

By Dr. and Mrs. Jos. Krauskopf, in honor of their 25th Wedding 
Anniversary and the School's Silver Jubilee, 1922. 

Poultry Houses, Nos. 3, 4, 5 

By Mr. Wm. Hyman, Philadelphia, 1922. 

Rosetta M. Ulman Dormitories 

Through the benefaction of the late Rosetta M. Ulman, of 
Williamsport, Pa., 1923. 

Straus Dairy 

By Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Straus, New York, 1925. 

Erlanger Model Barns 

By Mr. Abraham Erlanger, New York, 1925. 




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THE VEGETABLE GARDEN PROJECT 




PLOWING AND HARROWING AT SCHOENFEL,D FARM No. 1 



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THIRD ANNUAL FOUNDERS' DAY 
NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL CONFERENCE 

Sunday, June 6, 1926 

New significance was given the celebration of Founder's 
Day at The National Farm School this year, coming as it did in 
the midst of The National Farm School Conference, endorsed by 
President Coolidge, and called together in New York City June 
2nd to 7th, by Mr. Abraham Erlanger, for the purpose of "reliev- 
ing somewhat the seething city streets and giving under-privi- 
leged boys and girls an opportunity to learn the joy of the open 
country by tilling the soil scientifically for a livelihood and 
for a richer life; to encourage and extend co-education in 
agricultural schools; to stimulate attendance at all agricultural 
schools; and to take counsel to insure the growth of The 
National Farm School, the pioneer institution, which offers 
facilities for training deserving city boys and girls in vocational 
agriculture. ' ' 

It was to add impetus to these aims that invitations to 
attend the Conference had been issued to and accepted by 
Governors of States and Mayors of large cities, who sent dele- 
gates to the Conference, which was likewise attended by edu- 
cators and philanthropists from all over the land. 

As a part of their week's deliberations, the delegates made 
the trip from their headquarters in New York City by special 
train and bus to the grounds of the School, to participate in the 
observance of Founders' Day, and to inspect the plant of the 
institution and its possibilities for increased service and expan- 
sion of its field of activities. 

Striking the keynote of the Founder's Day Exercises, as 
well as that which had been sounded in New York during 
the week's Conference, Dr. Wm. H. Fineshriber, of Philadelphia, 
the principal speaker of the day, told a story of the widening 
of the scope of the School, so that its benefits might be dis- 
tributed throughout the length and breadth of our great land. 

A multitude of points of real constructive value were dis- 
cussed in the addresses of the distinguished speakers. 



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The program was opened by Mr. Harry B. Hirsh, Chairman 
of the Board of Trustees, who led the boys in a cheer for the 
delegates from throughout the Nation. He then presented Mr. 
Herbert D. Allman, President of the School, who in a brief 
vs^elcorae to the delegates, introduced Mr. Grant Wright as 
Presiding Officer of the day. Memorial tributes were paid to 
the late Judge John M. Patterson, by Judge Frank Smith of Phila- 
delphia ; to Dr. Russell H. Conwell, founder of Temple Uni- 
versity, by Dr. Charles Edward Buery, its President; to Hon. 
Oscar Straus of New York, and Mr. Henry L. Frank of Chicago, 
by Mr. Jos, H. Hagedorn, of Philadelphia. 

Mr. Abraham Erlanger, of New York, spoke of the interest 
shown by the delegates who came from afar to visit the School; 
and short talks on the agricultural situation were delivered by 
Mr. G. H. Hecke, of the California State Department of Agri- 
culture ; Mr. Jewell Mayes, Secretary of the State Board* of 
Agriculture of Missouri, and Miss Sophie Irene Loeb, President 
of The National Child Welfare Association of New York, the 
latter speaking on agricultural education for girls, and appealing 
to the women of the country to assist the School in becoming 
co-educational. 

The impressive Memorial and Festive Tree Consecration 
was then held, this being an annual ceremony at these Founder's 
Day Exercises. 

An inspection of the School and its grounds by the visitors 
followed the speaking program of the day, after which the Con- 
ference delegates entrained for the return trip to New York, for 
an evening session in their week's program. 

(A fuller account of the successful conference is given in the 
Annual Message of the President, pages 5 to 12 of this hool'.) 



THK NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 19 

AN APPRECIATION 
To Mr. Abraham Erlanger, Philanthropist and Builder 



Because of the courage, vision and generosity of a modest leader, 
this issue of the 1926 Annual Report records one of the most out- 
standing j'ears in the history of The National Farm School. 

For twenty-six years in passing each successful milestone under 
the guidance of its founder, the Rev. Dr. Joseph Krauskopf, the 
School has grown in land, buildings, scope and student enrollment. 

Then, alas, in 1923 our beloved leader passed to the Great Beyond, 
leaving this successful pioneer work to be carried on by faithful' and 
loyal associates — the Board of Trustees. 

Just about this time, Mr. Aibraham Erlanger, trustee of the Rosetta 
M. Ulman Estate, made possible the erection of beautiful Ulman Hall, 
a dormitory comfortably housing one hundred students. Naturally, 
this brought Mr. Erlanger in close contact with the School, and through 
long training in educational endeavors he immediately sensed its greater 
possibilities. Year by year his interest' and personal benefactions grew, 
culminating in his projecting a Nation-wide Conference in New York 
City, June 2 to 7, 1926, the cost being entirely borne by him. 

Came to this great gathering — endorsed by President Coolidge and 
Secretary of Agriculture Jardine — ^governors, mayors and agriculturists 
from every State in the Union. Morning and afternoon sessions were 
held at Hotel Blltmore, at which addresses were made by many of 
America's most prominent educators, followed daily by constructive 
and illuminating discussions upon agricultural subjects, and stressing 
the urgent need of enlarging the scope of the unique work of The 
National Farm School. 

Limited space precludes more than a mere outline of this great 
event. A complete resume of the entire conference has been recently 
issued through the same generous source, copies of which may be had 
on application. 

The convention was a tremendous success, publicized by the entire 
press of the country, and at the closing session the delegates unani- 
mously voted upon a set of resolutions embracing fifteen articles — ex- 
pressing their appreciation of the call for the Conference by Mr. 
Erlanger; their hearty approval of the aims and purposes of the vSchool ; 
their endorsement of co-education ; the building of a Revolving Fund 
for Graduate Loans ; the recommendation to State and Federal Govern- 
ments to support and encourage this t3'pe of work throughout the 
country and, finally, that large sums of money should be gathered in 
the next ten years for this purpose. 

Our Board of Trustees have on many public occasions expressed 
their appreciation of Mr. Erlanger's constructive work, and on De- 
cember 4, 1926, the anniversary of his birthday, presented him with 
engrossed resolutions of gratitude, felicity and congratulations, which 
were personally signed by every member of the Board of Trustees. 

With such magnificent support, we may look forward with con- 
fidence to "A Greater National Farm School." 

HERBERT D. ALLMAN, 

President. 
December 20, 1926. 



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FESTIVE AND MEMORIAL TREES 

Planted on the School grounds in the Spring of 1926 and 

consecrated at the Founder's Day Exercises, 

Sunday, June 6, 1926 



FESTIVE TREES 



Sophie Belber, Philadelphia, Marriage 

Harry Lee Colin, Roanoke, Va., Birthday 

Alex. M. Friend, Atlantic City, N. J., 80th Birthday 

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lavin, Philadelphia, Marriag-e 

Madeline Ulman, Philadelphia, Confirmation 



MEMORIAL TREES 



CALIFORNIA 

San FranciBco 

Dr. and Mrs. Jacob 
Voorsanger 

FliORIDA 

Tampa 

Toba Wohl 

II.I.INOIS 

Chicago 

Henry L. Frank 
Mrs. Jos. Hirsh 
Peoria 
H. T. Bloom 

KENTUCKY 

Owen§boro 

A. S. Feuerlicht 

MARYLAND 

Baltimore 

Leon Lauer 
Frederick 

Hanna SegaloflE 

MINNESOTA 

Duluth 

Samuel Bailer 
Minneapolis 

Jacob M. Bloom 
Hyman Blumberg 
Henry Weiskopf 

MISSISSIPPI 

Greenwood 

Abraham Davidson 

MISSOURI 

Kansas City 

Bettie H. Feineman 



St. liOuis 
Simon Seelig 

NEW YORK 

New York City 

Harry J. Friedman 
Solomon Henline 
James Lurie 
Theresa Philipp 
Oscar Straus 
Samuel Well 
Rochester 

Louis Griesheim 
Jacob G. Rosenberg 

OHIO 

Canton 

Samuel Lowensteln 

Gertrude Margolies 
Cincinnati 

Moses Jacobs 

Jos. Levy 

Annie T. Shohl 
Cleveland 

Adolph E. Bernstein 
Youngstown 

Lieut. Frederick G. 
Kahn 
OREGON 

Portland 

Frederick M. Seller 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Allentown 

Elias Getz 
Bethlehem 

Henry Weisenberg 
Bradford 

Sarah Mindel Fischer 



Danville 

Lena Loeb Dreifuss 
Pliiladelphla 

Rev. Dr. Russell H. 
Conwell 

Helen B. Ellerman 

Henry N. Frank 

Ignatius Haaz 

Samuel Krieger 

Hannah Lewin 

Mrs. David Lowman 

Judge John M. 

Patterson 

Louisa Rosenbaum 

Ida Silberman 

Solomon Sternberger 

Jack Tobias 
Scranton 

Mrs. N. G. Goodman 

Helen W. Vogel 
Williamsport 

Samuel Elias Ulman 

TEXAS 
Dallas 

Alexander Sanger 

VIRGINIA 

Richmond 

Kate Meyer Lalb 

Roanoke 

Miriam Kohen 

Gittleson 

WEST VIRGINIA 

Wheeling 

Clarke Fulton 
Mrs. Fredericka 

Hanauer 
Chas. H. Jacobs 



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LEGACIES AND ENDOWMENTS 

1895— In memoriam, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Tuck, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., by their children $1,000.00 

1899— Carolvn Parent Nirdlinger, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 500.00 

1903_Jacob' H. Hecht, Boston, Mass., Bequest 500.00 

1905— Moses Lichten, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 500.00 

1906— Marx Wineland, Frostburg, Md., Bequest 500.00 

1906— In memory of Samuel Frank, Pittsburgh, Pa., by his 

son, Edgar K. Frank 100.00 

1907_Frances Seligman, Philadelphia, Pa., in memory of 

Bernard and Frances Seligman 200.00 

1907_Fannie Houseman, Philadelphia, Pa., in memory of 

her son, Arthur Ballenberg Houseman 100.00 

1907_Edward Popper, Greenville, Tex., Bequest 100.00 

1907_Samuel W. Goodman, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 200.00 

1907_Fannie Simon, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 50.00 

1907_Isaac Sailer, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 500.00 

1908— Leah Bernheimer, Mbbile, Ala., Bequest 100.00 

1908— Eleanore Samuel, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 350.00 

1908_Solomon Blumenthal, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 250.00 

1909_:\Ioses H. Stern, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 500.00 

1909— Esther Sailer, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 75.00 

1909— Rebecca Haas, Indianapolis, Ind., Bequest 100.00 

1909— Blanche Loeb, New York City, Bequest LOOO.OO 

1910— Anchel Rosenthal, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 500.00 

1910— Abraham Lipman, Pittsburgh, Pa., Bequest 500.00 

1910— Henrietta Morgenroth, Louisville, Ky., Bequest 500.00 

1910— In mettiorv of Milton L. Snellenburg, by his father.. 2,000.00 

1911— Samuel Baldauf, Oskaloosa, la., Bequest 300.00 

1911_Max Bamberger, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 5,000.00 

1911— Harriet B. Labe, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

1911— Adolph Leberman, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

1912— Annie M. Ferguson, Pittsburgh, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

1912— Mina Friedman, Chicago, 111., Bequest 100.00 

1912— Benjamin Kahn, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 200.00 

1912— Louis Lowenthal, Rochester, N. Y., Bequest 500.00 

1912— Levi Stern, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

1912— Abraham Weiler, Columbus, Ohio, (Bequest 200.00 

1913— Leopold Keiser, Bufifalo, N. Y., Bequest 500.00 

1913— Estate of Sophia Rothschild, Summitville, Ind 100.00 

1913— Cass Sunstein, Pittsburgh, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

1913— Estate of Samuel Woolner, Peoria, 111 500.00 

1914 Martha Wertheimer Kohn, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 200.00 

1914 — Nathan Herrmann, New York City, Bequest 1,000.00 

1914 — Isaac Van Baalen, Detroit, Mich., Bequest 100.00 

1914 Estate of M'rs. Ferdinand Westheimer, St. Joseph, Mo. 100.00 

1914— Simon Zweighaft, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 250.00 

1915— Edward P. Kelly, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest 1,333.33 

1915— Jacob Straus, Ligonier, Ind., Bequest 1,000.00 

1916— Estate of Max Lowenthal, Rochester, N. Y 500.00 

1916— Enoch, Marcus and Abe L. Rauh, Pittsburgh, Pa., in 

memory of their mother, Rosalie Rauh 500.00 

1916 — Heinrich and Hannah Rosenbaum, Philadelphia, Pa., 

in memory of Joseph and Henrietta Rosenbaum.. 100.00 
1917— In memory of Laurence W. Frank, Pittsburgh, Pa., 

bv his brother, Edgar K. Frank 100.00 



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LEGACIES AND ENDOWMENTS— Continued 

1917— Babette Freiberg Klein, Cincinnati, Ohio, Bequest... 500.00 

1917 — Jennie Lippman, Philadelphia, Bequest 200.00 

1917 — ^Leopold Sheuerman, Des Moines, la., Bequest 250.00 

1918— Estate of Albertina Bamberger, New York, N. Y. ... 500.00 

1918— Aaron Cans, Philadelphia, Bequest 250.00 

1918 — Mr. and Mrs. Leon Merz, Philadelphia, in memory of 

their son John D. Merz 100 00 

1918— Estate of Morris Newburger, Philadelphia 500.00 

1918— Seligman Schloss, Detroit, Mich., Bequest 200.00 

1918— Estate of Julius Schwab, Bellaire, Ohio 180.00 

1918— Estate of Isaac Silvernale, Philadelphia 1,000.00 

1918 — ^Children of Emanuel and Mary Swope, Dallas, Tex., 

in memory of their parents 200.00 

1919— Estate of Solomon Asher, Philadelphia, Pa 500.00 

1919— Estate of Martha P. Freiberg, Cincinnati, Ohio 1,000.00 

1919 — Jos. H. Gumbiner, Detroit, Mich., in memory of his 

grandparents, Isaac and Clara Van Baalen 100.00 

1919 — 'Aaron Lowenstein, Philadelphia, Bequest 2,500.00 

1919— Jacob Marcus, Coatesville, Pa., Bequest 100.00 

1919 — Estate of Hanna Mayer, Philadelphia, Bequest.... 266.62 

1919 — 'Louis Newburger, Indianapolis, Ind., Bequest 300.00 

1919— Ignatz J. Rigelhaupt, Philadelphia, Pa., Bequest.... 100.00 
1919 — W-m. B. Rosskam, Philadelphia, Pa., in memory of 

his wife 100.00 

1919— Abraham Slimmer, Dubuque, la.. Bequest 2,000.00 

1920— Louis I. Aaron, Pittsburgh, Pa., Bequest 1,000.00 

1920 — Wm. Bamberger, New York, N. Y., in memory of 

parents, Leopold and Albertina Bamberger 1,000.00 

1920 — Arthur Bloch, Philadelphia, in memory of his mother, 

Mrs. Simon L. Bloch 500.00 

1920— Isidor Cohen, Sacramento, Cal, Bequest 1,000.00 

1920— Samuel B. Fleisher, Philadelphia, Bequest 1,000.00 

1920— Jessie H. Goulder, Cleveland, Ohio, Bequest 25.00 

1920 — Harry C. Kahn, Philadelphia, in memory of parents, 

Charles and Bine Kahn 1,000.00 

1920 — Mrs. Harry C. Kahn, Philadelphia, in memory of 

parents, Urias and Hannah Wasserman 1,000.00 

1920— Mrs. R. V. G. Millhiser, New York, N. Y., in memory 

of husband, Clarence Millhiser 1,000.00 

1920 — Mrs. Sam. Sanger, Waco, Tex., in memory of husband 500.00 
1920 — ^John H. Siriberg, Philadelphia, in memory of Mrs. 

Meyer Schamberg 250.00 

1920— Benjamin Tuch, Philadelphia, Bequest 500.00 

1921— Moses Baer, Philadelphia, Bequest 1,000.00 

1921— Samuel Baer, Charleston, W. Va., Bequest 250.00 

1921— Joe M. Frank, Little Rock, Ark., Bequest 1,000.00 

1921 — Chas. Gimbel, Philadelphia, in memory of Mrs. Isaac 

Long 1,000.00 

1921— Lina Hecht, Boston, Mass., Bequest 500.00 

1921— Moses Hirshler, Philadelphia, Bequest 500.00 

1921 — Harry Rich, Springfield, Mass., matured endowment 

policy and cash dividend 672.93 

1921— Mrs. A. Silberstein, Dallas, Tex., Bequest 5,000.00 



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LEGACIES AND ENDOWMENTS— Continued 

1921 — Nathan Snellenbnrg, Philadelphia, in memory of wife. 

Minna Amant Snellenburg 2,500.00 

1921— Rosa Strauss. New York, N. Y., Bequest 500.00 

1922 — Emma Lederer, Des Moines, Iowa, Bequest 200.00 

1922 — Isaac Petersberger. Davenport, la.. Bequest 100.00 

1922 — Herman Prager, Philadelphia, Bequest 500.00 

1922 — lacob L. Sheuerman, Des Moines, la., Bequest 100.00 

1922— Toseph Swope, Dallas. Tex., Bequest 100.00 

1923— Mark M. Cohn, Little Rock, Ark., Bequest 100.00 

1923— Estate of Milton Ellerman. Philadelphia. Pa l.OOO.OO 

1923— Estate of Rosina Frank Himes, Philadelphia 200.00 

1923— E. M. Kahn Estate. Dallas, Tex 1,000.00 

1923— Geo. Lowenthal, Rochester, N. Y., Bequest 250.00 

1923 — S. W. Rosendale, Albany, N. Y., in memory of wife, 

Helen Cohn Rosendale 500.00 

1924— Lottie A. Arnold, Philadelphia, Bequest 100.00 

192-1 — Ferdinand Bernheimer, Baltimore, Md., Bequest.... 1,078.91 

1924 — Cass Friedberg. Leayenworth, Kan., Bequest 100.00 

1924— Morris Leyy, Omaha, Neb., Bequest 1,000.00 

1924— Samuel Lowenstein, Philadelphia, Bequest 1,000.00 

1924— Moses Snattinger, Topeko, Kan.. Bequest 500.00 

1924— Ben Stein, Columbus, Ohio, Bequest 25.00 

1924 — ^leyer and Abraham Stern ]Memorial Fund, Bequest 

of Abraham Stern, Philadelphia 2.500.00 

1924— Louis Teller, Philadelphia. Bequest 1.000.00 

1924— Louis Welt. Detroit, Mich., Bequest 100.00 

1924— Simon Wolf, Lexington, Ky., Bequest 100.00 

1925— Louis J. De Ro.v, Pittsburgh, Pa., Bequest 500.00 

1925 — Children of Henrv N. Frank, Philadelphia, in memory 

of their father". '. 100.00 

1925— Sarah G. Friendly, Elmira, N. Y., Bequest 500.00 

1925— Jennie Kutz, Brooklyn, N. Y., Bequest 5,000.00 

1925— Adam Lessner, Dayton, O., Bequest 100.00 

1925— Regina IMerz, Philadelphia, Bequest 450.00 

1925— Solomon R. Moss, Atlantic City, N. J., Bequest.... 100.00 

1925— Elkan Naumburg, New York, Bequest 1,000.00 

1925 — Jos. B. and Peter Winokur, Philadelphia, in memory 

of Max Winokur '. 100.00 

1926 — Philip Anspacher, San Francisco, Cal, Bequest.... 500.00 

1926 — Mrs. Henry Blum, Bellaire, O., memory of husband 100.00 

1926— Isaac Blum", Bellaire, O., Bequest 100.00 

1926— Adolph Boskowitz, New York City, Bequest 2.000.00 

1926— Sophye Asher Fleisher, Philadelphia, Bequest 500.00 

1926— Estate of Moses Hene. Muncie, Ind 100.00 

1926— Aaron Jacobs, Hamilton, O., Bequest 250.00 

1926— Simon Levi, Terre Haute, Ind 2.500.00 

1926— Mrs. I. L. Marks, Chicago. 111., in memory of husband 900.00 

1926— Moses Reinhard, Philadelphia, Bequest 500.00 

1926— Max Rosenfeld, Alexandria, Va., Bequest 100.00 

1926— Alexander Sanger, Dallas. Tex., Bequest 500.00 

1926— Jas. L. Schaadt, Allentown, Pa., Bequest 1.000.00 

1926— Ida Silverman, Philadelphia, Bequest 500.00 

1926 — Simeon Simon, Alexandria, La., Bequest 250 00 

1926— Estate of Louis S. Stroock, New Y^ork City 1,500.00 

1926 — Estate of Isaac Strouse, Youngstown, 500.00 



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FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF OPERATING ACCOUNT 
YEAR ENDING APRIL 30, 1926 



MAINTENANCE RECEIPTS 

Interest on Investments $10,656.17 

State of Pennsylvania 12,S00.CO 

Federation of Jewish Charities, Philadelphia 21,000.00 

Dues and Donations (Net) 40,013.06 

Baron de Hirsch Fund 15,000.00 

Alatriculation 2,075.00 

$101,244.23 

Maintenance Disbursements 

Care of Students 

Brooms and Brushes $375. C6 

Beds and Bedding 15.40 

Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes 7,087.95 

Fuel , 4,342.11 

Groceries 8,907.53 

Ice 70.59 

Lighting 2,135.46 

!\Iedical and Dental Supplies 744.29 

Provisions, Meat, Bread, etc 10,217.22 

Wages Household Help, etc 12,107.46 

$46,003.07 



Educational 



Printing and Stationery $1,694.76 

Salaries, Teachers 27.071.26 

Text Books, Laboratory Supplies, etc 2,307.74 



31,073.76 




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FINANCIAL STATEMENT— Continued 



Fann Operation 

Conveyance. Transportation of Products, Tele- 
phone, etc $2,849.23 

Live Stock 149.30 

Supplies, Apiary $40.15 

Supplies. Farm 7,296.01 

Supplies, Horticultural 2,404.99 

Supplies, Floricultural 1,286.81 

Supplies, Poultry 3,916.39 

Supplies, Barn and Dairy 3,508.57 

Supplies. General Agriculture .... 8,313.56 

26,766.48 



$29,765.01 
Less Sale cf Farm Products 25,372.89 



4,392.12 



Repairs and Replacements 

Painting $681.62 

Plumbing 721.26 

Repairs to Buildings and Equipment 3,352.20 



4.755.08 



Administration 



Insurance • $3,663.24 

Office Salaries 6,453.84 

Printing and Stationery 1,560.06 

Rent of Office 1,200.00 

Sundries 433.72 

13,310.86 



TOTAL MAINTENANICE DISBURSEMENTS 99,534.89 



$1,709.34 
Capital Expenditures 

Tool Room Supplies and Equipment $1,480.69 

Library 364.31 

Improvements to Faculty Members' Homes 505.00 

New Bus 1.798.85 

4,148.85 



DEFICIT FOR YEAR $2,439.51 



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TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL MEETING AND HARVEST 
PILGRIMAGE 

Sunday, October 3, 1926 

The Twenty-ninth Annual Meeting of The National Farm 
School, held on the School grounds, on Sunday afternoon, 
October 3, 1926, was a notable gathering. Representatives of 
the Department of Agriculture, graduates now settled on farms 
in many parts of the country, officials of the National Expan- 
sion Project and many interested friends of the School coming 
from far and wide, students. Faculty members and Trustees of 
the School, assembled to hear the accounts of another year's 
successful work and bountiful harvests. 

The Exercises were held in the Louchheim Auditorium, 
which was beautifully festooned and decorated with the prod- 
ucts of the fields. 

Rabbi Wm. H. Fineshriber opened the meeting with an 
invocation, after which he paid a tribute to Dr. Jos. Krauskopf, 
founder of the School, saying in part: "Every leaf, every 
blade of grass and kernel of grain, every bit of fruit on these 
beautiful acres, constantly pays tribute to the ideals of Joseph 
Krauskopf. You young men, students of this School, are to 
carry on the spirit of Joseph Krauskopf. You will be true to 
that trust." 

Mr. Jos. H. Ilagedorn, of Philadelphia, presided, and in 
graceful and charming manner introduced the speakers of the 
day. 

Mrs. Estelle M. Sternberger, Executive Secretary of The 
National Council of Jewish Women, praised the plan to admit 
girls to the School in the near future, and called it "an epoch- 
making opportunity in the economic history of womankind," 
stating that in return women throughout the land would rally 
to the support of the Institution. 

"Never before," said Mrs. Sternberger, "has opportunity 
opened its doors to Farm School as at the present time. This 
School, so modest in the myriad of educational institutions that 
cover our land, has awakened to the realization that America 
wants to know it and to be generous Avith it. The candle that 
has been hiding its light is now become a powerful beacon. 
Never have the times been more propitious for gaining 



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America's ear for the cause of The National Farm School. 
Never has there been such readiness on the part of men and 
women to respond to the ideals that called this School into 
being. With the tremendous development of our industries 
and the consequent withdrawal of many from the farms to the 
cities; and with the chaos that now prevails in many lands, 
people are willing to place their all at the feet of those who 
are ready to lay a hand to the plough, and perfume the hills 
and plains of America with the fragrant harvest of the wheat 
and the corn. 

''I believe this School will soon bring about a great ad- 
vancement in agriculture for both men and women. Farm 
School's plan of expansion is a great experiment in American 
education." 

Mr. Herbert D. Allman, President of the School, in his 
Annual Message (printed in full on pp. 5 to 12) spoke of the 
continued progress made by the School during the year, and 
gave a resume of the National Conference which convened in 
New York City last June, through which the School is now 
entering upon the second and larger stage of its development 
and service. 

Dr. James A. Pratt, President of the Williamson Trade 
School, was the next speaker. Dr. Pratt said in part: 

"Not many years back a philanthropist conceived the idea 
of the betterment of his people. This philanthropist was Rabbi 
Joseph Krauskopf. He saw many of his young people living in 
this land of opportunties, this land of broad perspective and 
great achievements, without any appreciation of what might 
be theirs, if they were but qualified to accept the gifts. 

"What was his selected plan for the betterment of his 
young people? It is said that when the Creator had the world 
ready for man, He "planted a garden," and it is small v/onder 
that in the garden we find the beginning of the sacred history 
of the human race. So Rabbi Krauskopf selected as the avenue 
by which his young friends should better themselves, the one 
which led by the way of planting a garden, or in modern 
phraseology — agriculture. 

"May this philanthropy continue, grow and enrich the lives 
of the many young people who in future years will knock at its 
doors for training and betterment." 

The audience was impressed with the results shown by stu- 
dents of the Senior Class, who reported on the projects under 



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their charge, from ploughing and seeding to harvesting and 
marketing. The students who participated in these discussions 
were: 

Archibald Cohen, Portsmouth, N. H., Farm Management Project, Farm No. 1. 

Samuel Price, Bridgeport, Conn., Landscape Project. 

Jack Rosenthal, Philadelphia, Pa., Apple Growing Project. 

Carl Julian Schiff, Bogota, N. J., Farm Management Project, Farm No. 5. 

Following the award of prizes to the students of the School, 
Officers and members of the Board were elected. 

The exercises were closed with benediction by Dr. Fine- 
shriber, after which the guests inspected the buildings, and 
wandered through the well-tilled fields and fruitful orchards, 
all showing the results of the trained work of the students. 



DONATIONS BY WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS 

Donations of linens and wearing apparel were made by the 
following organizations, and are gratefully acknowledged: 



ALABAMA 

Council Jewish Women, Montgomery. 
Council Jewish Women, Tri-Cities 

(Florence, Sheffield, Tuscumbia) 
Temple Emanuel Sisterhood, Tuscaloosa. 

ARIZONA 

Council Jewish Women, Phoenix. 
ARKANSAS 

Ladies' Benevolent Society, Helena. 
Sisterhood House of Israel, Hot 
Springs. 

COLORADO 

Council Jewish Women, Denver. 
Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society, Trinidad. 

CONNECTICUT 

Council Jewish Women, Bridgeport 
Sisterhood Congregation Beth Israel, 

Hartford. 
Council Jewish Women, Stamford. 

DELAWARE 

Council Jewish Women, Wilmington. 
FLORIDA 

Temple Israel Sisterhood, Miami. 
Beth Israel Sisterhood, West Palm 
Beach. 

GEORGIA 

Hebrew Ladies' Benevolent Society, 

Athens. 
Council Jewish Women, Atlanta. 
Temple Sisterhood, Brunswick. 
.Jewish Ladies' Aid Society, Columbus. 
Council Jewish Women, Macon. 
Council Jewish Women, Savannah. 
Sisterhood Mickve Israel Congregation, 

Savannah. 



ILLINOIS 

Jewish Ladies' Aid and Temple Sis- 
terhood, Bloomington. 

Sinai Temple Sisterhood, of Champaign 
and Urbana. 

Council Jewish Women, Chicago. 

Ladies' Auxiliary of Temple Sholom, 
Chicago. 

Council Jewish Women, Chicago 
Heights. 

Benevolent Sisterhood, Quincy. 

B'rith Sholom Temple Sisterhood, 
Springfield. 

INDIANA 

Hebrew Ladies' Benevolent Society, Co- 
lumbia City. 

Washington Avenue Temple Sisterhood, 
Evansville. 

Council Jewish Women, Fort Wayne. 

Temple Sisterhood, Ligonier. 

The Progress Club, Marion. 

Mt. Vernon Temple Sisterhood, Mount 
Vernon. 



Sisterhood 
Moines. 



IOWA 

B'nai .Jeshurun, 



KANSAS 



Des 



Council Jewish Women, Leavenworth. 
Council Jewish Women, Pittsburgh. 

KENTUCKY 

Adas Israel Sisterhood, Henderson. 
Sisterhood of K. K. A. I. Congregation, 

Lexington. 
Adath Israel Sisterhood. Louisville. 
B'rith Sholom Women's Auxiliary, 

Louisville. 
Temple Israel Sisterhood, Paducah. 



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LOUISIANA 

Temple Sisterhood. Alexandria. 
Temple Sinai Sisterhood. Lake Charles. 
Sisterhood of Congregation Gates of 

Prayer, New Orleans. 
Council Jewish Women, Shreveport. 

MARYLAND 

Council Jewish Women, Frederick. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Council Jewish Women, Haverhill. 
Council Jewish Women, New Bedford. 
Council Jewish Women, Worcester. 

MICHIGAN 

Ladies' Hebrew Benevolent Society, 

Bay City, Mich. 
Temple Bethel Sisterhood, Detroit. 
Bethel Sisterhood, Saginaw. 

MINNESOTA 

Council Jewish Women, St. Paul. 
MISSISSIPPI 

Temple Sisterhood, Greenville. 
Temple Sisterhood, Lexington. 
Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society, Natchez. 

MISSOURI 

Council Jewish Women, Hannibal. 
Temple Aid Sisterhood, Joplin. 
Adath Joseph Sisterhood, St. Joseph. 
Temple Israel Sisterhood, Springfield. 

NEBRASKA 

Temple Israel Sisterhood, Omaha. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 
Council Jewish Women, Portsmouth. 
NEW JERSEY 

Council Jewish Women, Asbury Park. 

Council Jewish Women, Atlantic City. 

Council Jewish Women, Bayonne. 

Council Jewish Women, Burlington. 

Council Jewish Women, Elizabeth. 

Sisterhood Adas Emuno, Hoboken. 

Council Jewish Women, Jersey City. 

Council Jewish Women, Long Branch. 

Council Jewish Juniors, Newark. 

Council Jewish Women, Newark. 

Sewing Circle B'nai Jeshurun Congre- 
gation, Newark. 

Council Jewish Women, North Hudson 
Section, Union Hill. 

Council Jewish Women, Plainfield. 

Council Jewish W^omen, Trenton. 

NEW YORK 

Council Jewish Women, Albany. 
Ladies' Hebrew Benevolent Society of 

Greenpoint, Brooklyn. 
Woman's Auxiliary Congregation Beth 

Elohim. Brooklyn. 
Council Jewish Women, Elmira. 
Sisterhood Children of Israel, Elmira. 
Richmond Hill Section of Council of 

Jewish Women, Forest Hills. 
Council Jewish Women, Gloversville. 
Temple Beth-El Sisterhood, Niagara 

Falls. 
Beth Israel Sisterhood, Plattsburg. 
Council Jewish Women, Schenectady. 
Sisterhood of Third Street Temple, 

Troy. 



Council Jewish Women, I'tica. 
Council .Jewish Women, White Plains. 
Council Jewish AVomen, Woodridge. " 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Council Jewish Women, Charlotte. 
Temple Sisterhood, Greensboro. 
Sisterhood Temple Beth Or. Raleigh. 
Temple Sisterhood, Statesville. 

OHIO 

Council Jewish W^oraen, Akron. 
Ladies' Auxiliary Society of Sons of 

Israel Sisterhood, Bellaire. 
Mrs. T. Feibelman and several other 

ladies of Cincinnati. 
Rockdale Avenue Temple Sisterhood, 

Cincinnati. 
Euclid Avenue Temple Sisterhood, 

Cleveland. 
Council .Jewish Women and Temple Sis- 
terhood of K. K. B. Y., Dayton. 
Elyria Sisterhood, Elyria. 
Temple Sisterhood, Fremont. 
Temple Sisterhood, Hamilton. 
Ladies' Temple Sisterhood, Lima. 
Temple Sisterhood and Aid Society. 

Lorain. 
Temple Sisterhood, Marion. 
Temple Sisterhood, Piqua. 
Council Jewish Women, Springfield. 
Council Jewish Women and CoUingwood 

Avenue Temple Sisterhood, Toledo. 
Rodef Sholom Sisterhood, Youngstown. 
Council Jewish Women, Youngstown. 
Jewish Women's Aid Society, Zanes- 

ville. 

OKLAHOMA 

Council Jewish Women, McAlester. 
Sisterhood Beth Ahaba. Muskogee. 
Temple B'nai Israel Sisterhood, Okla- 
homa City. 
Council Jewish Women. Tulsa. 

OREGON 

Beth Israel Sisterhood, Portland. 
PENNSYLVANIA 

Sisterhood Keneseth Israel, Allentown. 

Council Jewish Women. Bradford. 

Council Jewish Women. Butler. 

Monongahela Valley Section Council of 
Jewish Women, Charleroi. 

Beth Israel Sisterhood. Coatesville. 

Council Jewish Women. Connellsville. 

Sisterhood Eighth Street Temple, Erie. 

Council Jewish Women. Greensburg. 

Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society. Honesdale. 

Council Jewish Women, Irwin. 

Council Jewish Women, Lancaster. 

Council Jewish Women, Lock Haven. 

Council Jewish Women, Mt. Carmel. 

Needlework Guild of America, Philadel- 
phia Branch, Philadelphia. 

Sisterhood Rodef Sholom, Pittsburgh. 

Sisterhood Temple Oheb Sholom. Read- 
ing. 

Madison Avenue Temple Sisterhood, 
Scranton. 

Sisterhood Temple Israel. Uniontown. 

Sisterhood Beth Israel, York. 

RHODE ISLAND 

Council Jewish Women, Westerly. 

TENNESSEE 

Temple Auxiliary Sewing Circle, 

Brownsville. 
Council Jewish Women, Chattanooga. 



30 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Jewish Women's Auxiliary of Beth-El Lnrlies' Hebrew Auxiliary. Harrison- 
Temple, Knoxville. burg. 
Regina No. 19, U. O. T. S., Memphis. Amelia' Mevers GuiUl, Council Jewish 
T emple Sisterhoorl. Memphis. AVomen, Newport News. 
Council Jewish Women, Nashville. 

WASHINGTON 
TEXAS 

Council Jewish Women. Seattle. 

Council Jewish Women, Austin. Council Jewish Women, Tacoma. 
Council Jewish Women, Corsicana. 

Council Jewish Women, Houston. WEST VIRGINIA 

Council Jewish Women, Wichita Falls. Temnle Sisterhoorl F-iirmont 

Council Jewish Juniors, Wichita Falls. ^Zl\l sisterhood: EogaT 

Tij'WMrk-vT B'nai Israel Sisterhood, North Fork. 

>i.K->iu.>j. Emanuel Sisterhood, Welch. 

Council Jewish Women, Burlington. Temple Sisterhood, Williamson. 

VIRGINIA WISCONSIN 

„ ., , _ , Jewish Ladies' Aid Society, Appleton. 

Bethel Temple Sisterhood. Alexandria. Council Jewish Women. Kenosha. 

Ladies' Aid Society, Bristol. Council Jewish Women, Madison. 



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR 
Bernhard Ostrolenk, Ph. D, 

The highest conception of altruism is the man who toils 
for those who follow him, in order that they may enjoy the 
fruits of this earth more abundantly than has he. As a nation, 
we are pledged so to develop our natural resources that they 
will last for generation upon generation. As a people, it is 
our aim to make this world a place in which our children and 
children's children will find happiness and contentment. 

The greatest indestructible resource that this Nation has 
and whose development will make for continued prosperity, is 
the soil. It seems inconceivable that the agricultural empire 
in this Nation can ever be permitted to decay. In spite of the 
present migratory movement from farm to city, the greatest 
power that this Nation possesses is still its agricultural resource;^. 
Yet we learn from many sources that the farmer is discouraged 
and dispirited, that the farmer's wife desires to sell out and 
move to the city, that the farmer's children insist upon seeking 
city careers, that poverty stalks in the midst of an abundance 
of crops in our countryside. 

We learn from the United States census, of millions of 
farmers abandoning the farms and of their moving to the cities. 
We learn of idle land, of a decreasing export and of decreasing 
area that is tilled. We are told on all sides that this farm 
depression exists simultaneously with a continued urban pros- 
perity, unparalleled in the history of the world. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 31 

Those of us who are short-sighted and those of us who 
live for the present only, would at once deduce from this that 
it is folly for our young men to seek careers in agriculture. 
But those of us who have conceptions of buttressing this pros- 
perity for the future, who have conceptions of a stable and cul- 
tured civilization to remain after us, should lay more firmly 
than ever the foundations of our future pros]3erity and our 
future civilization on our fertile and productive soil. We have 
those, to be sure, who question every activity for agriculture 
with the money-dazzled idiom "does it pay?" And frankly, 
our very work at this School is often rated on the same basis. 

However, in the first place, the situation is much better than 
the public has been led to believe. To be sure, at first glance, the 
overage farmer has iiot been as prosperous as the average city 
man, but all over the laud there are millions of farmers who have 
done well in spite of admitted disadvantages and dispropor- 
tionate price levels during the past few years. All over the land 
there are farmers who are quietly preparing for the day when 
our exports and our surplus will cease to be a mill-stone that 
is abnormally depressing prices. All over the land there are 
Farm School graduates who are finding employment in agri- 
culture, gaining experience, and accumulating capital with the 
hope of striking out independently on their own farms in a few 
years. 

Agriculture is undergoing a change. The unsatisfactory, 
inefficient methods of the past are giving way to unit produc- 
tion at low costs, utilizing machinery and science. We need 
new blood on the farm. The quality of the farmers must be 
raised and we may then view their reduced numbers with 
equanimity. The changed agriculture must be one not merely 
of low cost production but of efficient marketing methods. 
Already a vast amount of experience is being gained by co- 
operative marketing, that has tremendously increased the con- 
sumption of agricultural products and has distributed perish- 
able fruit and fresh vegetables at all seasons of the year, into 
every nook and corner of the land. 



32 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

Thoughtful men recognize that agriculture must ahvaj's be 
the foundation of prosperity and industry in this country. 
They recognize, moreover, that the farmer contributes two su- 
preme qualities to a nation, stability and independence. In 
the midst of a nation in which there are a mounting number 
of easy-money seekers, he sets an example of stamina for hard 
labor with modest rewards. In a nation that is filling up with 
cinema-drugged emotionalists, he lives in dignity and independ- 
ence. In a nation that seems increasingly becoming gaudy 
in its tastes, he is living simply and treads the cool soil of 
mother earth. 

That the depression in agriculture is a passing phase, and 
that ultimately the farmer will come into his own as an eco- 
nomic as well as a stabilizing force, is the conviction of those 
who have continued to build into this School. 

The past j'ear has seen progress m virtually every line 
ol activity of the School. The increased number of students, 
the increased classroom facilities, the increased domestic facili- 
ties, and the increased teaching force, all testify to the growth of 
the School. Through the efforts of Mr. Abraham Erlanger, a 
special program for more selective students was conducted, and 
the result has been in every way a higher morale in the Fresh- 
man Class. I also want to pay, at this time, my tribute to the 
splendid work of the Senior Class Avho have carried projects 
on nine farms and in four departments. They have made new 
records, both in production and as custodians of the property 
and students entrusted to their care. It must be emphasized 
that the project system is one that not merely permits a stu- 
dent to take charge of a farm or of an orchard, but the student 
is also entrusted with the responsibility of teaching those who 
are placed under him. The morale in all projects has been 
excellent. 

I desire at this time to give my special thanks to my col- 
leagues on the Faculty who have labored with me in making 
this year a successful one from the teaching standpoint. Our 
Faculty have held to high ideals in achievements at the School. 




A CLASS IN MIT.K SEPARATING IN THE 
NATHAN STRAUS DAIRY 




IN ERLANGEK BARN No. 




THE HIRSH BOTANICAL liABORATORY 




SEGAL SCHOOL BUILDING 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 23 

They have labored with eonseeration and devotion. Their en- 
thusiasm has had revivalistic fervor. 

The National Farm School can join the Nation in thanks- 
giving for an abundant yield. The labors of students and 
Faculty have been rewarded with plenteous crops. The hay 
crop has been much larger than usual. Corn has been better 
than the five-year average. All grains have yielded excellently. 
Peaches are normal, and apples are much better than in the 
preceding year. Prices for all products have been fair. Not 
a single untoward accident has happened throughout the entire 
year to any of our cattle or stock, an incident that speaks well 
for the conscientious care that our students have given to our 
cows and horses. 

As we look back upon the year just closing, we give thanks 
to all of our friends who by their labors and contributions of 
time and means have made possible our continued growth, and 
have helped us realize many of our dreams for this School. 
Many of our efforts have succeeded beyond all hopes and expec- 
tations, and we look forward with hope and confidence that 
our labors will be blessed with continued success in a fulfill- 
ment of the altruistic aims of our sainted founder. 



34 THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

FLOWER AND FRUIT FUND 

Extract from the Last Will and Message of 
Dr. Krauskopf 

"All moneys and investments remaining after the 
death of my wife, I desire turned over to the Board of 
Directors of The National Farm School, to be set aside 
by them as a special fund to be known as 'The Flower 
and Fruit Fund,' the interest of which is to be devoted 
to the distribution of flowers and fruits to the needj' 
sick, irrespective of race, creed and color. The proper 
distribution of flowers and fruits shall be in charge of 
the Ladies' Auxiliary of The National Farm School and 
of the Sisterhood of Congregation Keneseth Israel. 

"I sincerely hope that this fund may become the 
nucleus of a much larger one, that to it may be devoted 
sums, which at the present time are invested in floral 
tributes on coffins and graves where they are of nf> 
benefit to the dead, and the living would be more last- 
ingly comforted. The bereaved, I feel sure, will ap- 
preciate the affections and sentiment far better when 
learning of the contributions made to the Flower and 
Fruit Fund by friendly sympathizers, in commemoration 
of the dear departed, 

"I trust that the Flower and Fruit Fund may some 
day become large enough to make possible the purchase 
of additional land by the Farm School, and setting such 
land aside for the special benefit of the debilitated poor, 
for a week's or fortnight's recreation by them during 
the summer, or by working said land by such of those 
who may have a chance to restore their lost health hy 
outdoor work." 

Friends of the School have inaugurated this Fund by 
contributions in memory of their departed. A start has 
been made in this way, and the fund is already operative 
in the distribution of flowers and fruits to the sick. 

It is hoped that more and more people will take ad- 
vantage of this mode of commemoration, so that the wish 
of the Founder in establishing this fund, may be fully 
realized. 



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35 



STUDENT REGISTER 
September 30, 1926 



SENIORS 



Harry Bachman, Baltimore, Md. 
David Brandt, Philadelphia 
Archibald W. Cohen, Greenland, 

N. H. 
Maurice J. Cohn, Woodmere, L. I. 
Lewis Eckstein, Philadelphia 
Julius H. Freifeld, New York City 
Herman Goldberg, Philadelphia 
Gilbert E. Hardiman, Philadelphia 
Robert C. HoUoway, Philadelphia 
Harry Kahn, Philadelphia 
Samuel Katz, Toledo, O. 
Isadore Levin, Philadelphia 
Herman J. Litwin, Philadelphia 
Benjamin H. Miller, Philadelphia 



Aaron Posner, New Orleans, La. 
William R. Powell, Miami, Fla. 
Samuel Price, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Jack Rosenthal, Philadelphia 
Carl J. Schiff, Bogota, N. J. 
Leo S. Schwartz, Homestead, Pa. 
Harry Semel, Philadelphia 
Alexander S. Silver, Philadelphia 
Joseph A. Tuchman, Akron, O. 
Ira A. Wechsler, Dorchester, Mass. 
Joseph N. Weinberg, Canaan, N. Y. 
Philip M. Weiss, Jersey City, N. J. 
Dave Wilan, Cincinnati, O. 
William Wolfson, Philadelphia 
Abe Zolotor, Kansas City, Mo. 



JUNIORS 



Albert Abelson, Worcester, Mass. 
Samuel Abrams, Philadelphia 
Manuel Berick, New York City 
Ely Bernhard, Little Rock, Ark. 
Abraham Blitzstein, Philadelphia 
Harold Bloom, Nanticoke, Pa. 
Fred Blumer, Philadelphia 
Harry Brick, Philadelphia 
Joseph Brown, Columbus, O. 
Isadore Cohen, Tulsa, Okla. 
Harry Cowen, Philadelphia 
Joe Dornbusch, Newark, N. J. 
Philip Elliott, Hebron, Md. 
William Fox, Jersey City, N. J. 
David Friedland, Rochester, N. Y. 
Benjamin Goradetsky, Brooklyn, 

N. Y. 
Ben Graffman, Philadelphia 
Carl Green, Philadelphia 
Raymond Greenbaum, Norma, N. J. 



Martin Greenberg, Philadelphia 
Harry Harris, Philadelphia 
Bernard Herzberg, Norma, N. J. 
Harlan Huff, Trenton, N. J. 
Meyer Hurwitz, Philadelphia 
Max Levine, Cleveland, O. 
Joseph Lynch, Gloucester, N. J. 
Samuel Maltz, Rochester, N. Y. 
Edwin Mayer, Peoria, 111. 
Joseph Miller, Philadelphia 
Morris Namen, Cleveland, O. 
Richard Nerlinger, Philadelphia 
George Ovsanikow, New York, N. Y. 
Bernard Rosenman, Uniontown, Pa. 
Max Steinberg, Philadelphia 
Frank Stonitsch, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Reuben Tunick, Philadelphia 
William Weiss, Philadelphia 
Meyer Yankowitz, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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THE XATIOXAL FARM SCHOOL 



FRESHMEX 



Ansel Alberga, X'^ew York City 
Robert Applebaum, Rochester, N. Y. 
Julius Beck, New York City 
Albert Becker, Philadelphia 
Nathan Bernstein, Baltimore, Md. 
Kenneth Boyer, Topton, Pa. 
Isaac Brooks, Dorchester, ]\Iass. 
Samuel Brown, New York City 
Robert Catherwood, New York City 
Harry Chait, Philadelphia 
Solomon Colton, Jersey City, X^. J. 
John Doyle, Winfield, L. Id., N. Y. 
Harr}' Dubrow, New York City 
Leo Edelman, New York City 
Sol. M. Ekstein, New York City 
Perry Eskin, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Benjamin Essrig, Philadelphia 
Theodore Fertik, Philadelphia 
Stanley Fidelgoltz, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Hyman Finfer, . New York City 
Clarence Glacken, New York City 
Daniel Glazer, Stamford, Conn. 
Seymour Goldstein, Bronx, X'. Y. 
William Goldstein, Brooklyn, X. Y. 
George C. Haines, Philadelphia 
Henry Hirsch, New York City 
Albert Hoguet, Norwood, Pa. 
Arthur Iffland, Scranton, Pa. 
Carl Jung, Philadelphia 
Alfred Kisseleft, Philadelphia 
Ir^'ing Koltnow, Akron, O. 
Joseph Kovarick, New York City 
Charles Krause, Philadelphia 
Ben Lampert, Cleveland, O. 
Ben Lazarowitz, Cleveland, O. 
Joseph Liebernick, X^'ew York City 
Maurice Lipson, Winnipeg, Can. 
David Loew, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Erwin London, Burlington, Vt. 
Seymour Lonyai, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Joseph Marks, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Albert Meltzer, New York City 
Morris Miller, Brooklyn, X. Y. 
O. Bingham Myers, Glenolden, Pa. 
Sidney X'acht, New York City 
Frank X. O'Rourke, New York City 
Claire Peschken, Philadelphia 
Philip Pollachek, Xew York City 
Sydney Rand, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Lawrence Rickert, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Emile Z. Rivkin, Brooklyn, X'. Y. 
^leyer Rodels, Monticello, X'. Y. 
Harry Rogin, New York City 
Sidney Rosen, Cleveland, O. 
Harold Rosenak, Chicago, 111. 
Sidney Rosenberg, Bronx, X. Y. 
Leon Rosenzweig, Philadelphia 
Solomon Rubenstein, Xew York City 
David Ruch, Philadelphia 
Irving Shteinshleifer, Xew York City 
Julius Sigunick, Xew York City 
I\Ianny Silver, Omaha, Neb. 
Phil. Snyder, Cleveland, O. 
Solomon Soskin, Winnipeg, Can. 
Andrew Strang, Philadelphia 
Roy Stuhlman, Philadelphia 
X'athan Tankenbaum, Pleasantville, 

N. Y. 
Charles Toland. Wilmington, Del. 
Herman Trichon, Xorwood, Pa. 
Jake Turansky, New Orleans, La. 
Phil. Weber, Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Harry Weissman, Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Leon Weshner, Bronx, N. Y. 
Edwin Wolk, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Jessie Wolk. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Julius Wolk, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Al. Zaroe, Philadelphia 
Boris Zeldis, Reading, Pa. 



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CONTRIBUTORS TO PRIZE FUND, 1926 

Mrs. Abraham L. Asher, Philadelpiiifi. in memory of parents, Emanuel 

and Emma Frey (annual). 
"Adolph Ballenberg Prize," by Mrs. Sidney M. Cohen, Milwaukee. Wis., 

in memory of her father (annual). 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Belber, Philadelphia (annual). 
Mrs. D. Berlizheimer, Philadelphia (annual). 

"Harnett Binswanser Prize," by the Board of the School (annual). 
Mrs. Gabriel Blum. Philadelphia, in memory of her sister, Adelaide Loeb 

Frank (annual). 
Mr. and Mrs. Hart Blumenthal, Philadelphia, in memory of their son. 

Ralph (annual). 
Mrs. Sol. Blumenthal, Philadelphia, in memory of her husband (annual). 
Mrs. Leroy Bonsall, Philadelphia (annual). 
Mrs. Gladys S. Braun, Philadelphia, in memory of mother, Rebecca 

SiiRon (annual). 
Mrs. Jos. Caplan, Philadelphia, in memory of her parents, Selig L. and 

Mindel Belber (annual). 
"Malhilde Dreifus Prize," by Mrs. Leon Cohen, Philadelphia, in memory 

of her mother (annual). 
Mrs. Emil Gerstel, Atlantic City, N. J., in memory of her parents, Adolph 

and Julia Spitzer. 
Mrs. Yetta F. Goulson, Philadelphia, in memory of her sister, Lea 

Felleman Goulson. 
Miss Fannie D. Hirsh, Philadelphia, in memory of her father. Gabriel 

Hirsh. 
Mrs. Miriam Isaacs, Atlantic City, X. J., in memory of her cousin. 

Julia May (annual). 
Mrs. Henry A. James, Doylestown. Pa. (annual). 
"Herman Jonas Prize," by Miss Frieda Jonas, Philadelphia, in memory 

of her brother (annual). 
Mrs. Henry Kamsler, Philadelphia, in memory of her parents, Chas. and 

Bine Kahn (annual). 
Mr. David Kirschbaum, Philadelphia (annual). 
"Mina Kohn Prize," by Mrs. Leon Cohen. Philadelphia, in memory of 

her aunt. 
Miss Carrie Laub, Chicago, in memory of David Jacobson. 
Mr. S. Geo. Levi, Philadelphia, in memory of his parents (annual). 
"Isadore Liberman Prize," by Mrs. A. Press, Atlantic City, N. J., in 

memory of her father (annual). 
Mrs. I. L. Marks, Chicago, 111., in memory of her husband (annual). 
Br. Wesley Massinger, Chalfont. Pa. (annual). 
"Morton M. Xewburger Prizes," by Mrs. Jacob F. Loeb, New York, in 

memory of her brother (annual). 
Mrs. Max Oppenheimer, Philadelphia, in memory of Hulda Oppenheimer 

(annual). 
Miss Kegina F. Pfeifer, Philadelphia, in memory of her grandfather, 

Abraham Weitzenkorn. 
Mr. Joseph S. Potsdamer, Philadelphia (annual). 

"Ruth and Dorothv Powdermaker Prizes," by Mr. David A. Powder- 
maker, Philadelphia, in memory of his daughters (annual). 
Mr. Emanuel Rauscher, Lehighton. Pa., in memory of Josephine 

Rauscher and Emanuel Berkowitz (annual). 
Mr. Alexander D. Robinson, Philadelphia. 
Mrs. Henry Rosenthal, Philadelphia (annual). 

Mr. Sigmund M. Rosin, Philadelphia, in memory of his mother (annual). 
Mrs. Eda Rothstein, Johnstown, Pa., in memory of Meyer Rothstein 

(annual). 
"Barbara Salus Prize," by Mr. Jos. W. Salus, Philadelphia, in memory 
of his mother (annual). 



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CONTRIBUTORS TO PRIZE FUND, 1926— Continued 

Mr. I. H. Silverman, Philadelphia (annual). 

Mrs. Jo8. Spatz, Pittsburgh, Pa., in honor of wedding anniversary of 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gerstel. 

Miss Adeline B. Ubnan, Philadelphia, in memory of her mother, Pauline 
R. Ulman (annual). 

"Simon and Hannah Wilson Prize," by Miss Rose S. Wilson, Atlantic 
City, N. J., in memory of her parents (annual). 

Mrs. 1. H. AVolff, Philadelphia, in memory of her sister. Lea Felleman 
Goulson. 



PRIZES ENDOWED 

•Solomon and Regina Behal Prize," by Mrs. Ralph Hirsh, Philadelphia, 
in memory of her parents. 

•Barnett Binswanger Prize," by Mrs. Barnett Binswanger, Philadel- 
phia, in memory of her husband. 

•Arnold Gundelfinger Prize," by Mrs. Carrie Gundelfinger, in memory 
of her husband. 

'Heyman and Brunette Herzberg Prize," in memory of Heyman and 
Brunette Hersiberg, Philadelphia, by their children. 

"Estella S. Horlilieimer Prize," in memory of Mrs. Horkheimer, by 
her son. 

"Herbert T. Hyman Prize," by Mrs. Bernard Sluizer, Philadelphia, in 
memory of her son. 

"Gus Kalb Prize," by Mrs. Gus Kalb, Lima, O., in memory of her 
husband. 

"Charles Kline Prizes," by Mr. Charles Kline, of Allentown, Pa. 

"Elsie Kaufman Kohn Prizes," by Mr. Alfred Kohn, Philadelphia, in 
memory of his wife. 

"Martha and David Kohn Prize," the interest of a bequest. 

"Dr. Joseph Krauskopf Prize," by Mrs. Joseph Krauskopf, Philadelphia, 
in memory of her husband. 

"Harriet B. L,abe Prize," the interest of a bequest. 

"Monroe Lisberger Prize," by Mr. Leopold Lisberger, Philadelphia, in 

memory of his son. 
"Joseph L,ouchheim Prize," by Mrs. L. S. Eliel, Philadelphia, in memory 

of her father. 

"Joseph Louehheim Prize," by Mr. Harry F. Louchheim, New York 
City, in memory of his father. 

"S. J. Marx Prize," by Mr. S. J. Marx, Philadelphia. 

"Jacob and Hannah Moos Prize," by Mrs. Julius Weintraub, Philadel- 
phia, in memory of her parents. 

"Morris and Betty Newburger Prizes," the interest of a bequest. 

"Bertie Cans Ochs Prize," by Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Gans, Philadelphia, 
in memory of their daughter. 

"Anchel Rosenthal Prizes," the interest of a bequest. 

"Ellis and Annie Teller Silberstein Prize," by Mrs. Walter G. Herzberg, 
Philadelphia, in memory of her parents. 

"Ellis and Annie Teller Silberstein Prize," by Mrs. Samuel Rosenbaum, 

Philadelphia, in memory cf her parents. 
"Minnie Goldenberg Straus Prize," by Mr. Morris Straus, Philadelphia, 

in memory of his wife. 
"Sarah Van Noorden Prize," by Boston Section Council of Jewish 

Women, in honor of Mrs. Van Noorden's birthday. 

"Harry F. and Louis J. Weil Prizes," by Mrs. Abraham Mansbach, 
Philadelphia, in memory of her brothers. 



TME NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 39 



SUNDRY DONATIONS 



Mrs. Isaac Adler, Jr., Philadelphia, complete set of Dr. Krauskopf's Lectures. 
3. L. Allen & Co., Philadelphia, three bob sleds. 

Drue N. Allman, Holmesburg, Pa., snapdragon seeds. 

Herbert D. Allman, Philadelphia, $75.00 for set of drums for orchestra. 

American Bulb Co., Chicago, 111., 22,250 tulip bulbs. 

jMrs. Samuel Berson, Boston, Mass., 2 prs. pillow cases. 

B'nai B'rith Magazine, Cincinnati. O'hio, bound volume of B'nai B'rith 
Magazine. 

B'nai B'rith Messenger, Los Angeles. Cal., year's subscription. 

Miss Mona Binswanger, Atlantic City, N. J., books for Library. 

Blumenthal Brothers, Philadelphia, barrel cocoa. 

Hart Blumenthal, Philadelphia, books for Library, in memory of Dr. Kraus- 
kopf's birth da}-. 

Walter Plart Blumenthal, New York City, books in memory of Ralph D. 
Blumenthal. 

David Burpee, Philadelphia, subscriptions to newspapers and magazines for 
Library. 

Miss Ella Campbell, Doylestown, Pa., books for Library. 

Chas. J. Cohen, Philadelphia, 10,000 envelopes for mailing this book. 

Henry H. Collins, Jr., Philadelphia, cover paiper for entire issue of this 
book. 

Columbia Pictures, Philadelphia, moving picture entertainments. 

Continental Paper & Bag Co., New York, three cases of toilet paper. 

H. A. Daniel, Grafton, Mass., pen of Rhode Island Reds. 

Abraham Erlanger, New York, combination Orthophonic Victrola and Radio. 

Electric Theatre Supply Co., Philadelphia, moving picture entertainments. 

Educational Films Co., Philadelphia, moving picture entertainments. 

Famous Players-Lasky Corp., Philadelphia, moving picture entertainments. 

Film Booking Offices, Philadelphia, moving picture entertainments. 

First National Pictures, Inc., Philadelphia, moving picture entertainments. 

J. Floersheim, Roy, New Mexico, 5 volumes, "History of New Mexico." 

B. C. Friedman & Sons, Philadelphia, carton matzos. 

Friedman-Rodelheim Co., Philadelphia, 6j/^ dozen broadcloth shirts. 

Fox Film Corp., Philadelphia, moving picture entertainments. 

Estate of Lydia Cantor Geller, Duluth, Minn., 400 books for Library. 

Gotham Tissue Corp., New York, 10 cases toilet paper. 

Mrs. Minnie Hadden, Doylestown, 11 books. 

Joel Hartman, New York, six cases toilet paper. 

Louis A. Hirsch, Philadelphia, 10 blazer jackets. 

Louis A. Hirsch, gold watch and chain for athletic scholarship. 

Harry B. Hirsh, Philadelphia, $10.00 prize for corn show. 

International Printing Co., Philadelphia, 200 engraved cards. 

Julius Janowitz, New York, 188 volumes for Library. 

Jewish Exponent, Philadelphia, year's subscription. 

Jewish Nezvs, Denver, Col., year's subscription. 



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SUNDRY DONATIONS— Continued 



Jemsh Voice, St. Louis, INIo., j-ear's subscription. 

Morris A. Kaufmann, Philadelphia, mimeograph machine. 

Mrs. Julius Klein, Austria Hungarj^, $10.00 for athletic association. 

Charles Kline, Allentown, Pa., books for Library. 

A. H. Kohn, New York, gasoline engine. 

Mrs. Bernard Kohn, Philadelphia, six pictures. 

Mrs. Jos. Krauskopf, Philadelphia, books for Librar}' in memorj' of Dr. 

Krauskopfs birthday. 
Liberty Film Corp., Philadelphia, moving picture entertainments. 
John R. Livezey, Philadelphia, $135.00 worth of Linotyle Flooring. 
Dr. W. H. Lipman, Chicago, 111., medicine kit for football team. 
E. H. Lonyai, Brooklyn, N. Y., one saddle and bridle. 
Jules Mastbaum, Philadelphia, moving picture machine 

Masterpiece Film Attractions, Philadelphia, moving picture entertainments. 
Metro-Goldwyn Dist. Corp., moving picture entertainments. 
Needlework Guild, Philadelphia Branch, four bags of wearing apparel. 
Dr. Bernhard Ostrolenk, Farm School, Pa., 10th Anniversary treat to 

students. 
Pathe Exchange, Inc., Philadelphia, moving picture entertainments. 
Nicholas Powers, Doylestown, Pa., two moving picture lenses. 
Thos. W. Price Co., Philadelphia, through Mr. Forte, machine-finish paper 

for this book. 
Mrs. S. D. Rappaport, Philadelphia, books for Library. 
E. Mack Rauscher, Philadelphia, subscription to Saturday Evening Post. 
Mr. Bert Rivkin, Brooklyn, N. Y., $50.00 for athletic association and 

football team. 
Mrs. Simon Rosenau, Jenkintown, Pa., 11 books for Library. 
Mrs. Semmy Rosenfield, Philadelphia, two ornamental plants in memory 

of parents' 60th wedding anniversary. 
Mrs. E. Rothstein, Johnstown, Pa., gold watch for highest scholarship in 

graduating class. 
Mrs. Jacob H. Schiff, New York City, Guernsey bull. 

Jos. N. Snellenburg, Philadelphia, one bound set National Geographic Maga- 
zine and one case of books for Library. 
Mr. Howard E. Stern, Philadelphia, books for Library. 

Twentieth Century Film Corp., Philadelphia, moving picture entertainments. 
Universal Film Co., Philadelphia, moving picture entertainments. 
Warner Brothers, Philadelphia, moving picture entertainments. 



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41 



SUBSCRIPTIONS AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE GENERAL 
MAINTENANCE AND BUILDING FUNDS 

Year Ending September 30, 1920 



AI.ABAMA 

Alexander City 

Herzfeld, Mrs. Julia 

Benton 

Cadden, J. I. 
Bessemer 

Becker, Levi 
Erlick & Lefkovits 
Rosen, I. 

Birmingham 

Burger, Jacob 

Educational and Pliil- 
anthropic Fund of 
Temple Emanu-El 

Marx, Otto 

Meyer, Mrs. Rosa 

Michael, Sam 

Pizitz, Louis 

Slaughter, Lee & 
Estelle 

Smolian, J. 

Demopolis 

Bley Bros. 

Ely, Mrs. Jennie Morris 
Folda, L. A. 
Goldman, L. A. 
Goldman & Stern 
Levy, B. J., & Son 
Levy, Julius E. 
Marx, Henry 
Mayer Bros. 
Mayer, Mrs. M. 
Mayer, Sieg. 
Metzger. L. S. 
Rosenbusb, Mrs. Essie 
Simon, H. 
Tannenbaum, B. 

Gadsden 

Hagedorn, A. 
Huntsville 

Marx, Gus. 

Mobile 

•♦Bernheimer, Mrs. L. 
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. 
Leo M. 
Federation of Jewish 

Charities 
Forcheimer, Perd 
Hammel, Julius 
Zalkind, Harry 

Montgomery 

Cahn, Chas. C. 
Council of Jewish 

Women 
Emanuel Lodge 103, I. 

O. B. B. 
Gassenheimer, S., & Co. 



Gassenheimer, Simon 

Haas, Mrs. J. C. 

Kaufman, A. J. 

Kaufman, Samuel 

Klein, Leo 

Lobman, W. 

Loeb, Adolph 

Loeb, Lucien S. 

Nachman, Mrs. Adolph 

Nachman & Meertief 

Rubin, J. 

Sabel, Max 

Schloss, S. L. 

Segall. Nathan 

Solomon Bros. 

Steiner, L. 

Strauss, Leopold 

Weil, Adolph 

Weil, Alvin B. 

Weil, Emil 

Weil, Mrs. Emma L. 

Weil, Isidor 

Weil, Lee H. 

Weil, Leon 

Weil, Leonel 

Weil, L. W. 

Selma 

Adler, J. C. 

Adler, Lee C. 

Adler, L. E., and H. 

Loeb 
Bloch, Morris I. 
Eagle, Julius 
Eagle, Louis 
Gross, S. 

Hagedorn, Max B. 
Hohenberg, Irwin 
Hohenberg, M. 
Isaacson, A. J. 
Kayser Bros. 
Kayser, Ed. 
Kayser, Isidore 
Lehman, M. M. 
Lilienthal, Ed. 
Loeb, Arthur 
Maas, Leo 
Meyer, Albert 
Rothschild, A. 
Tepper, Ben P. 

ARIZONA 

Bisbee 

Frankenberg, Ben 
Phoenix 

Council of Jewish 
Women 



ARKANSAS 

Fort Smith 

Cohen, Louis 
Heymann, Ralph J. 
Kaufman, Henry 



Langfelder, L. 
Marks, M. H. 
Marks, W. E. 
Pollock, Al. 
Rosenstiel, J. 
Southern Millinery Co. 
Stein, Benno 
Stern, Wm. M. 

Helena 

Seelig, B. 
Solomon, Louis 

Holly Grove 

Abramson, Mrs. Rue 
Hot Springs 

Fellheimer, H, 
Mendel, Albert 
Temple Sisterhood 

Little Rock 

♦Altheimer, Mrs. Louis 
*Baumgarten, Mrs. S. 

Berger, Joe, Sr. 

Blass, Mrs. Gus. 

Council of Jewish 
Women 
•Epstein, Eph. 

Federation of Jewish 
Charities 

Gross, J. B. 
•Hamberg, Ad. 

Heiman, Mrs. Max, 

Estate 
•Lasker, Mrs. Henry 
♦Lasker, Myron B. 
♦Pfeifer Bros. 

Pfeifer, Joseph 

Paragould 

Joseph, Mrs. S. L. 
Pine Bluflf 

Finkelstein. Nate 
Maas, Stanley L. 
Minster, Abe 
Rosenberg, Seldan 
Rosenzweig, Wm. 
Smulian, J. E. 
Strauss, Howard 
"Willing Workers" of 
Temple Anshe Emeth 

CALIFORNIA 

Bakersfleld 

*Cohn, C. 
Fresno 

Einstein, Mrs. Louis 
Gundelfinger, Louis 
Gundelflnger, Mrs. Louis 

L.a Jolla 

Lieber, Mr. and Mrs. 
Walter S. 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



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L.08 Angreles 

Barucb, Frederick H. 
Baruch, Mrs. Herman 
Baruch, Mrs. Jacob 
Edelman, Dr. D. W. 
Faerber, Arnold 
Gumbiner, Louis C. 
Gumbiner, Estate of 

Moses 
Halperin, Dr. Robert L. 
Hellman, Maurice S. 
♦Hofeller, Eugene D. 
Isaacs, L. 
Isaacs, Max 
Jacobsen, J. T. 
Lane, David 
Levi Co., Simon 
Loew, Mrs. J. 
Louis, Henry W. 
Meyer, Alexander 
Meyer, Ben R. 
Moritz, Simon 
Newmark, M. H. 
Netvmark, Marco R. 
Nordlinger, Louis S. 
Salinger, N. 
Samuels, Caesar 
Schiff, Ludwig 
SchifE, Sol. 
Seligman, Carl 
Steinberg, Jacob 
Steinlein, Karl 
Triest, Karl 

Mountain, View 

Esberg, A. I. 

Oakland 

Bercovich, H. & S. C. 

Camp, Meyer 

Jewish National "Welfare 
Fund 
*Lavenson, A. S. 
♦Lavenson, Mrs. A. S. 

Oxnard 

Lehmann, L. 
Sacramento 

David Lubin Lodge No. 
37, I. O. B. B. 

San Diego 

Hillkowitz, S. 
Wolf, Hyman S. 

San Francisco 

Abramson, Hugo 
Anspacher, Philip, 

Estate 
Arnstein, Ludwig 
Aronson, A. 
Bloom, Samuel 
Blum, Mas 
Boas, Judah 
Bransten, Edward 
Dinkelspiel, Mrs. L. M. 
Fries, Wm. 
Furst, Fannie A. 
Gellert, Isaac 
Gundelfinger, E. R. 
*Gunst, M. A. 
Haas. Mrs. "Wm. 
Ilecht. Miss Edith 
Hellman, I. "W. 
**Hellman. Isaias W. 
Jacobi, J. J. 
Jacobs, Alfred H. 



Jewish National Welfare 
Fund 

Kutner, Mrs. A. L. 

Lilienthal, Mrs. Jesse W. 
♦Meyer, Mary Jeanette 
**Neustadter. Mrs. .J. H. 

Newman, Juda 

Pacific Orient Co. 

Raiss, Carl 

Rapken, M. A. 

Rocs, Jacques 
*Rosenbaum, Mrs. C. W. 

Rosenberg, Max L. 
♦Samson, Mrs. Rudolph 
♦Samson, Rudolph 
Walter 

Schlesinger, Chas. 

Schoenberg, Louis 

Siegel, Mrs. Hortense 

Simon, Richard 

Simons, Mrs. Louis S. 

Sinsheimer & Co. 
♦Sloss Family 

Sloss, Mrs. M. C. 

Stern, Mrs. .Jacob 

Sussman, Mrs. Emilie 

"^''oorsanger, L. M. 

Walter, Clarence R. 

Wiel, Irvin J. 

San liUis Obispo 

Sinsheimer, Mrs. A. Z. 
San Mateo 

Abrahamson, Jack 
San Rafael 

Herzog, S. K. 
Santa Monica 

Beir, Isaac 
Stoclvton 

Arndt, M. S. 

Hope Lodge 126, I. O. 
B. B. 

Katten, M. 

Stein, I. F. 

Tracy 

Grunauer, A. 
Yolo 
Borach, B. 

COIiORADO 

Colorado Springs 

Balows, L. 

Bloom, I. 

Colorado Springs Lodge 

No. 523, I. O. B. B. 
Friedman, Jos. 
Goloven, Sam. 
Hebrew Benevolent 

Association 
Livermoore, O. 
Nathan, Harry J. 
Sachs, Henry 
Wasserstrom, A. 

Denver 

Barnett. M. D. 
Cohn, Morris 
Council of Jewish 

Women 
Grauman, Al. 
Harris, G. M. 
Jaffa, Joseph S. 



Levie, Joseph B. 

Levy, Isaac, Memorial 

Fund Society 
Mayer, Sam 
Morris, Ernest 
Neusteter, Meyer 
Schayer, Max S. 
Schayer, Milton M. 
Spivak, Dr. C. D. 
Triefus, Alfred 
"VV'achtel, S. 

Pueblo 

Taub Bros. 
Trinidad 

Hebrew Ladies' Aid 
Society 

CONNECTICUT 

Branford 

Buxbaum, Wm. 

Bridgeport 

Council of Jewish 

Women 
Klein, Jacob B. 

Danbury 

Von Gale. V. E. 
Hartford 

Aishberg, Edwin 

Berman & Berman 

Beth Israel Sabbath 
School 

Beth Israel Sisterhood 

Blumenthal, H. S. 

Cohen & Cohen 

Eisner, Judge 
Solomon 

Fassler, S. A. 

Feinberg Bros. 

Feldman, Rabbi A. J. 

Finklestein, P. 

Fox, J. L. 

Garber Bros. 

Goldberg, A. D. 

Goldberg, I. E. 

Goldschmidt, L. S. 

Haas, Benj. L. 

Haas, Wm. P. 

Hartman, A. & S. 

Hartman, Emanuel M. 

Hollander's, A., Sons 

Kaplan, David 
♦Kashmann, Ben. 
♦Kashmann, Seymor S. 

Kashmann, Simon 

Katten, A., & Sons 

Katten, Abraham 

Knoek, Gerald G. 

Knoek, L. S. 

Kohn, Sol., & Co. 

Kohn, Wm. M. 

Koppleman. H. P. 

Lyon, Bernard 

Lyon, Felix 

Marks, M. F. 

Mayer, Jerome 

Myers & Gross 

Olds & Whipple 

Rapaport, B. 

Rich, Harry 

Rosenberg, Jos. 

►Schwartz. Geo. B. 

Seide, David 

Shapiro, A. 
♦Silberman, A. M. 



♦Life Member. 
^♦Deceased Life Member. 



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43 



Silver Bros. 
Wetstone, L. 
"Wise, Isidore 

Meriden 

Bush, Alex. 



New Britain 

Landers, Frary & Clark 

New Haven 

Apsel. Mrs. M. 
Botwinik Bros. 
Braus, A. L. 
Canter, J. George 
Caplan, Judge Jacob 
Cohen, M. 

Feinstein, J. & G. 
Field. S. Z. 
Frank. Milton W. 
Freedman, Isidor 
Goldbaum. J. C. 
Goldman Bros. 
Gompertz. Mrs. Jewell M. 
Gordon. Israel 
Guttman, Adolph 
Hadley Co. 
Harrison, M. B. 
Heberger, A. 
Herrman, Sig. 
Hoffman, B. E. 
Hoffman & Hoffman 
Horeb Lodge 2.5, 

I. O. B. B. 
Hyman, Robert E. 
Jacobs, Benj. 
Jacobs, Hyman 
Jainchill, Maurice S. 
Johnson, Albert J. 
Johnson, Jos. C. 
Kaufman, Isaac 
Keller, J. 
Kleiner. Charles 
Komroff, Sam 
Koon, Jos. 
Landorf, H. A. 
Lapides, Abe 
Leichter, M. B. 
Lettes, Saml. 
Levy, Irwin S. 
Levy. Samuel S. 
Levy's 
Links, Leo 
Links & Links 
Lyman, S. 
Mann, Louis D. 
Mendel. Adolph 
Muhlfelder, S. 
Mvers, Fred J. 
Nadler, Dr. Alf red 'G. 
New Haven Lodge 4, 

IT. O. T. S. 
Newmans, Mrs E. 
Notkins. A. L.. & Sons 
Osterweis, Mrs. G. 
Perry, H. 

Podoloff. A., & Son 
Price. Max 
Raphael, Dan H. 
Rosenberg, Louis L. 
Rosenberg, S. C. 
Bosenbluth, Arthur J. 
Rosenbluth. Louis M. 
Sagal, L. M. 
Sagal, W. M. 
Saltzer Bros. 
Salzman. Henry 
Savitt. Robert 
Schoenberger. E., & Sons 
Segnlofl Bros. 



Shartenberg, Henry M. 
Slade, Benj. 
Steinbach, A. D. 
Steinert, Rudolph 
Sugenheimer & Sons 
Thalheimer, E. H. 
Ullman, Col. Isaac M. 
Ullman, Joseph H. 
Ullman, Major Louis M. 
linger, S. 
Weil, Jos. A. 
♦Weil, Saml. J. 
Weiss, Murray 
Weissman, 

Abraham S. 
Wilson, Meyer 
Wolfe, Judge Isaac 
Zimmerman, Samuel 

Norwicli 

Independent Norwich 
Lodge 309, I. O. B. A. 

Stamford 

Council Jewish Women 

DEliAWABE 

Seaford 

Greenabaum, E. Arnold 
Van Leer, Charles 

Wilmington 

Braunstein, Harry 
Breuer, Max 
Council Jewish Women 
Faber, Jacob 
Ginns, Oscar 
Goberman, Dr. A. 
Grant, Theodore 
Levy, Mrs. Leah 
Levy, Nathan 
Miller, Nathan 
Raphaelson, Lewis 
Rosenblatt, Louis 
Rothstein, Mrs. L. 
Sayer Bros. 
Schagrin, Chas. W. 
Schwartz, Herman 
Topkis. Chas. 
Wolters, Mrs. Rebecca 
W. 

DISTRICT or COLUMBIA 

Washington 

Argo Lodge 413, 

I. O. B. B. 
Atlas, S. 

Baer, David A. 

Baer. Moe A. 

Baum, Leo 

Baumgarten. Lee 

Behrend, Isaac 
♦Behrends, Melvin 

Beneman, Geo. B. 
•Berliner. Emile 

Brylawski, A. 

Bush, Louis 

Cafritz, Morris 

Casley, D. B. 

Cohen, Mrs. Edward 

Cohen. Myer 

Eiseman. Mr. and 
Mrs. Maurice 

Eisenmann, M., & Bros. 

Erlebacker. G. 

Fischer, Max 

Franklin & Co. 



Gichner, Fred S. 
Goldberg, Sol 
Goldberger, Jos. 
Goldsmith, Chas. A. 
Goodman, Henry J., 

& Co. 
Hahu, Wm., & Co. 
Hecht, Alex 
Hecht, Edwin S. 
Heldenheimer, K., Inc. 
Pleilprin, G. F. 
Herzog, Sol. 
Himmelfarb, Paul 
Hopfenmaier, Milton 
Hyman, George 
Kafka, Mrs. .leannie 
Kann, Sigmund 
Kann, Simon 
Kaufman, D. J. 
Kaufman, Dr. H. M. 
Kaufman. Rae F. 
Kaufmann, E. I. 
King, Harry 
Lansburgh ife Bro. 
Lansburgh, Stanley 
Lisner, A. 
Livingston, Sam 
Loeb, Leo 
Luchs, Joseph 
Luchs, Morton, J. 
Lvon, Minnie K. 
Lvon, R. B. H. 
Lyon, Mrs. R. B. H. 
Lyon, Simon 
Mayer, A. C. 
Milstone, Maurice 
Ney, Milton B. 
Nordlinger, Gerson 
Oppenheimer, Simon 
Peyser, J. I. 
Reizenstein, Sidney H. 
Rich, Herbert J. 
Rich, Max M. 
Rich, Mrs. M. M. 
Richard, Salvador 
Rosenberg, Maurice D. 
Rosenfeld, Max 
Salomon, David H. 
Sanger, David 
Schwartz. Chas. 
Schwartz, Sam. T. 
Seidenberg. Harry 
Sherby, Harry 
Sigmund, Albert 
Stearman. Mark 
Stein, J. M. 
Straus, Sydney W. 
Sworzyn, J. 
Tobriner, Leon 
Wallerstein, Mrs. Gus 
Washington Hebrew 

Congregation 
Weser, Mrs. Fanny B. 
Young & Simon 

FLORIDA 

Daytona 

Kahn, J. B. 
Pepper. Harry 
Roth, M. 

De Land 

Sachs, B. 
Hollyw^ood 

Kieve, J. W. 
Jacksonville 

Bucholtz, Louis 



♦Life Member. 



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Davis, David 
Finkelstein. Neal 
Goldstein, Goldy 
Hirschberg, Julius 
Jacobs, V. E., & Co. 
Jewish Welfare Assn. 
Joel, L. D. 
Lippmah, Gabe 
Moscowitz, M. 
Oberdorfer, Max N. 
Reider, Geo. 
Rosenberg, M. 
Rubin, Max 
Schwartz, O. & S. 
Zacharias, Percy W. 

Madison 

Turner, Walter 
Miami 
Apte, D. J. 
Cohen, Isidor 
Council Jewish Women 
Cromer & Cassel 
Plant, Morris 
Rubin, J., Sons 
Scheinberg Bros. 

St. Petersburg 
Davis, Max 
Dichman, Henry 
Goldman, D. 
Katz, M. 
Levitt, S. 
Moses, Jacob 
Pace, V. H. 
Rosenbaum, E. L. 
Rosenblatt, Michael 
Schutz, Henry 
Schutz, Mrs. Henry 
Sierkese, A. 

Sanford 

Baumel, S. S. 
Raffeld, A. 
Schwartz, F. 

Sarasota 

Baker, R. R. 
Kornfleld, L. 
Langsner. Albert 
Levy, Phil 
Misrock, A. 
Orensten, Edgar E. 
Phillips, Jos. H. 

Tampa 

Augustine. Dr. L. S. 
Bucksbaum, R. 
Cohen, M. Henry 
Falk, M. 
Falk, O. 

Fleischman, Jos. 
Gordon, J. 
Kasriel, David 
Kasriel. Jos. 
Kirchick, S. L. 
Levy, Isaac S. 
Maas, Abe 
Maas, Ernest 
Maas, Isaac 
Maas, Julius 
Maas, Sol. 
Rachelson, Saul 
Ressler, M. 
Rosenblatt, N. A. 
Schnurman, Jav 
Srour, E. S. 
Waterman, Jerome A. 
Weil, Julius 



Wohl, Isidor 
Wohl, Louis 
Wolf, Fred 
AVolf, Morris 

West Tampa 

Aronovitz, Manuel 
Hecht, Alex. 
Leibowitz, M. 
Simovitz, S. 
Weisberg, Chas. 
Weissman, J. 

Ybor City 

Argintar, Max 
Katz, Adolph 
Rosenberg, M. 
Wolfson, Adam 

GEORGIA 

Albany 

Bluethe, M. 

Brown, P. J. 

Cohn Bros. 

Bhrlich, J. 

Farkas, Leonard 

Farkas, Estate of Sam 

Goldsmith, M. 

Gortatowsky, A. C. 

Gortatowsky, I. C. 

Gortatowsky, A. C. 
& I. C. 

Gortatowsky, H. 

Gortatowsky, L. E. 

Hebrew Ladies' Benevo- 
lent Society 

Hofmayer. I. J. 

Hofmayer. L. J. 

Kalmon, E. H. 

Lonsberg, Chas. 

Marks, Chas. 

Mayer, Daniel 

Menko, Mrs. Emma W. 

Neuman, C. L. 

Prisant Bros. 

Robinson, C. D. 

Stern, G. M. 

Athens 

Erwin, Andrew C. 
Erwin, Howell C. 
Flatow, Lucien B. 
Hebrew Ladies' Benevo- 
lent Society 
Lanier, Fleetwood 
Michael, Max 
Michael. M. G. 
Nix, Abit 

Atlanta 

Boehm, .Julian V. 
Breman. M. L. 
Byck, W. S. 

Council .Jewish Women 
Davis, H. I. 
Dittler, Emil 
Eichberg, Mrs. Caroline 
Eiseman, B. J. 
Eisenberg, M. 
Empire Furniture Co. 
Eplan, Mose 
Eplan, Sol. B. 
Fox, Alfred 
Goettinger, B. 
Greenblatt, S. R. 
Haas, Edwin R. 
Haas, Herbert J. 
Haas, Herman J. 
Haas, Mrs. I. H. 



Haas, Estate of Jacob 
Haas, Leonard 
Haas, Leopold, Jr. 
Heyman, Arthur 
Heyman, Chas. S. 
Hirsch, J. N. 
Hirshberg Co. 
Jacobs, Hyman S. 
Koplin, K. 
Kriegshaber, V. H. 
Loeb, J. C. 
Loeb, Marcus 
Loewus, .Jos. 
May, Armand 
Mayer, Albert E. 
Mendel, H. 
Montag, Sig. 
Moss, I. S. 
Moss, L. H. 
Mysterious Club 
Rosenfeld, A. W. 
Samuels, Sig. 
Saul, Sam. 
Scheer, John 
Selig, S. S., Jr. 
Sommerfield, Mrs. Clara 
Weinstock, Jack 
Wellhouse, Mrs. Sidney 

Augusta 

Andronosky, Taylor 
Blum, Lee 

Daughters of Israel Soc. 
Goldberg, S. & F. 
Nachman, D. 
Rubin, R. 
Sawilowsky, J. 
Schaul, L. J., Co. 
Schneider, C. H. 
Slusky, David, & Son 
Stark & Blum 
Steinberg, S. 
Tunkle. Max 

Brunswick 

Fendig, Albert 
Fruchtman, I. 
Lissner, J. J. 
Pfeiffer, Fred 
Rothschild, A. 
Schreiber, Sam. 
Temple Sisterhood 
Zelmenovitz, A. 

Columbus 

Arenowitch. I. 
Goldstein, Meyer A. 
Hofflin & Greentree 
Jewish Ladies' Aid Soc. 
Julius, J. & H. 
Lafkowitz. C. 
Levinson Bros. 
Loeb, Sol, Co. 
Loewenherz, Albert S. 
Loewenherz, L. 
Meyers. A. 

Rothschild, David, & Co. 
Rothschild, Herman 
Rothschild, Maurice D. 

Mac«n 

Bacher, Jacob 
Bernd, G., Co. 
Bernd, Mrs. G. 
Cohen, L. 
Elkan, E. 
Guthman, Sam 
Happ, Bros. Co. 
Haskin, Jos. 
Hirsh, Jacob 



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Kesslor, II. 
Kopliu, Ili'ury 
Lazarus, J. 
Marshall, H. 
lUman, K. 
Waxelbaimi, G. J. 
Wolf, M. 

Samlersville 

Cohen, Louis 
Savannah 

Bernstein, S. 
Blumberg Bros. 
Council Jewish Women 
Epstein, E. S. 
Gabel, H. 
Garfunkel, A. J. 
Grouse, L. E. 
Herman, Carl J. 
Hirsch. J. B. 
Levy, B. H. 
Marcus, Harry 
Myers, Lee Roy 
Pinkussohn, Sam 
Salkin, A. F. 
Schwab. I. M. 
Slotin, Morris 
Solomon, Arthur W. 
Solomons, I. A., Jr. 
Solomons, J. A. 
Sutker, L. 
Temple Sisterhood, 

Mickve Israel 
Wiseman, H. 
Wortsman, E. L. 

Thomasville 

Bleustein, L. 
Peinberg, W. 
Goldstein, H. 
Levitt, Mrs. J. 
Rosalio, A. • 
Silverman, J. 
Steyerman, Louis, & 

Sons 
Warshaw, M. 

West Point 

Heyman, Lee 

II.I.INOIS 

Bloomington 

Greisheim, W., & Sons 
Jewish Ladies' Aid & 

Temple Sisterhood 
Livingston, A., & Sons 
Livingston, Abe 
Livingston, Mayer & Co. 
Rosenberg, Mat 
Schwarzman, A. 
Schwarzman, Mrs. A. 
Tick, Morris, & Co. 

Champaigm 

♦Kuhn, Caroline L. 
♦Kuhn, Florence L. 
Sisterhood Sinai Temple 

Chicago 

Aaron, Mr. and Mrs. B. 
Alschuler, Alfred S. 
Alschuler, Judge Samuel 
Alter, Jacob 
Ascher, Fred 
Axman, Saml. H. 
♦Bauman, Mrs. Edw. 
Baumgarden, Mrs. Rosa 



Becker, Benjamin V. 
Bcnsinger, B. E. 
Beusinger, K. F. 
Birkenstein, Al. 
Birkenstein, Harry 
Birkenstein, Louis 
Block, E. J. 
♦MIoch, Joseph 
Block, L. E. 
Block, P. D. 
*Bloom, Leopold 
Bloomstoin, Max 
BUuuenfohl, Jacob .T. 
Born, Edgar R. 
Born, M., & Co. 
Borovik, Geo. S. 
Brenner, Mrs. H. D. 
Burger, Anton 
Bvfield, Joseph 
Churchill, Richard S. 
Cohen, Mrs. B. 
Cohn, Arthur A. 
Cohn, Chas. 

Council Jewish Women 
Davis, Dr. H. I. 
Davis, James 
De Lee, Dr. Jos. B. 
Eisendrath, H. J. 
Elkan, Henry 
Englander, Maurice 
♦Epstein, Max 
Faroll, Barnett 
Finn, Joseph M. 
Florsheim, Norman S. 
Foreman, Oscar G. 
Fox, Miss Nanny 
♦*Frank, Henry L. 
*Freund. Gustave 
Fries, Roy 
Gatzert, August 
Gimbel, Chas. A. 
♦Greenebaum, Moses E. 
Grossman, I. A. 
Haas, Maurice 
Harris, Mrs. Frank 
Harris, Mark G. 
Harris. Samuel H. 
Hart, Mrs. Harry 
Heiman. Marcus 
Herst, Frank 
Holzheimer, A. Max 
Hyman, Mrs. David A. 
Hyman, Jos. 
Isaiah Temple 
Jacobs, Irvin 
Joseph, Harry J. 
♦Joseph, L. 
Kahn, Joseph 
Kanter. Isaac 
Katz, Saml. 
Kaufmann, Morris 
Klee, Max 
Klee, Simon 
Kohn, Simon A. 
Kraus, Adolf. Lodge 72, 

I. O. B. B. 
Lachmann, Numa 
Ladies' Aux. of Temple 

Sholom 
Lieberman, Isaac K. 
Lipson, Isaac B. 
Loeb, Jacob M. 
Loewenthal, B. 
Lowenstein, Herman H. 
Lowenstein, Mose 
♦Mandel, Edwin F. 
♦Mandel, Mrs. Emanuel 
♦♦Mandel, Leon 
Mandl, Sidney 
Marks, Mrs. I. L. 



Mayer, Arthur II. 
Mayer, Henry II. 
Meyer, Abraham W. 
Meyer, Alfred C. 
Meyer, Julius II. 
Michaels, Jos. 
Neumann, Mrs. Louis 
Newmann «fc Gach 
Pfaelzer, Mrs. David M. 
♦Phillipson, Saml. 
Pick, Richard 
Piucus, Samuel Zoraeh 
Piatt, Mrs. Ilanna K. 
Purvin, Mrs. A. W. 
Ramah Lodge .'W, 

I. O. B. B. 
Regensteiner, T. 
♦Reitler, Chas. 
Richter, Simon 
Rieser, Herman 
Rosenfeld, Mrs. Maurice 
♦Rosenthal, Lessing 
Rubens, Chas. 
Rubovits, Toby 
Samuels, Benj. 
Schanfarber, Rev. Dr. 

Tobias 
Schiff, Benj. J. 
Siegel, Ferdinand 
Silberman, Adolph 
Silberman, Sigmund 
Spiesberger, H. T. 
Stein, Ernst 
Stein, S. M. 
Stein, Mrs. Samuel 
Steindler, Albert 
Stern, Max 
♦Stettauer, Mrs. D. 
Stoll, S. D. 
Stolz, Rev. Dr. Jos. 
Straus, Eli M. 
♦Straus, Leo 
Straus, Meyer L. 
♦Straus, S. J. T. 
Szold, Esther 
Szold, Joseph 
Taussig, Maurice 
Temple Judea 

Women's Club 
Temple Sholom 

Religious School 
The Temple Religious 

School 
Thorsch. Victor 
Tuska, Leo 
Weil, Benj. 
Weil, Isidor 
Weil, Mrs. Leon 
Weiss, Mrs. Clara 
Weiss, S. H. 
Witkowsky, Jas. 
Women of Mizpah 
Woolf, Morris 
Wormser, Leo F. 
Wurmser, Jacob 

Danville 

Meis, Alphons 
Plant, Mike, & Co. 
Straus & Louis Co. 
Straus, Simon W. 
Straus, Simon 
Wolfe, S. E. 

Delaven 

Reinhelmer, Mrs. 
Therese 

Svanston 

Fuikes, Gussie 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



46 



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Galesbur^r 

Jewish Ladies' Aid Soc. 
Highland Park 

Ruwitch, Jos. F. 
Liake Forest 

Moss, J. B. 

Lincoln 

Lindauer, Jos. 

Marion 
Katz, J. B. 

Oak Park 

♦Rawitzer, Pred 

Peoria 

Axelrod Bros. 
Tlie B. & M. 
♦Bennett, C. M. 
Block, M. E. 
Bloom, H. T., Estate 
Bloom, Jacques 
Bremer, A. M. 
Cinofsky, W., & Son 
Citron, D. M. 
Cohen Furniture Co. 
Cohen, H. 
Cohen, Hyman 
Cohen, Louis B. 
Conigisky Estate 
Epstein, Elmer S. 
Federman, Leo G. 
Ferdinand, Dr. S. S. 
Field, J. W. 
Frankel, Harry 
Frankel, Harry A. 
Frankforter, H. 
Friedman, D. S. 
Goldstein, H. M. 
Harrison, Ben 
Harrison, Sidney 
Heller, W., & Son 
Hirsch, E. L. 
Jordan, Dr. N. E. 
Kahn, Mrs. Rosa 
Klein, Harry 
Klein, L. D. 
Lehmann, A. & S. 
Levinson, Sam 
Loewenstein, J. R. 
Lovitch, Dr. M. 
Nathan, Chas. 
Newman, Milton G. 
Oppenheim, N. B. 
Ottenheimer, A. M. 
Progress Lodge 113, 

I. O. B. B. 
Salzenstein, Albert C. 
Salzenstein, Arnold 
Salzenstein, Sol. C 
Schaffer, D. 
SchifE, Albert 
Schradski, Harold R. 
Schradzki, Ick 
Schwabacher, L. H. 
Seidenberg, N. C. 
Smith, Dr. C. M. 
Strause, Abbey 
Strause, E. A. 
Szold, Adolph 
Szold, Jacob 
unman, C. A. 
Wachenheimer, J. 
Weinstein, Chas. 
Weinstein, J. 
Weinstein, M. 



Weinstein, Sam. 

Weisser, Wm. 

Wolfner, Ira W. 

Wolfner, Mrs. Wm. F. 

Woolner, Adolph 

Woolner, Adolph, Jr. 
•Woolner, Mrs. Miriam S. 
♦Woolner, Seymour A. 
♦Woolner, Mrs. Seymour A. 

Woolner, S. and A. 
♦Woolner, W. B. 
♦Woolner, Mrs. W. B. 

Quincy 

Goldsmith. A. J. 
Reib, J. J. 

Ravinia 

Stern, Mrs. Max 
Rochelle 

♦♦Hilb, Emanuel 
♦Hilb, Mrs. Emanuel 

Rock Island 

Mosenfelder, Mr. and 

Mrs. Louis 
♦Mosenfelder, Mrs. Louis 

Springfield 

B'rith Sholem Sisterhood 
Emes Lodge 67, I. O. B. 

B. 
Salzenstein, C. S. 

INDIANA 

Angola 

Stiefel, Mrs. L. C. 
Columbia City 

Mier, Hattie Daniel 
Hebrew Ladies' Benevo- 
lent Society 

Evansville 

Berman, Isaac 

Jewish Federated Char- 
ities of Washington 
Avenue Temple 

Fort Wayne 

Council Jewish Women 
Emek Beracha Lodge 

61, L O. B. B. 
Federation of Jewish 

Charities 

Gary 

Muscat, S. 
Schaaf, F. B. 

Hamilton 

Wolff, G., & Sons 
Hammond 

Belman, W. C. 
Hirsch, Adolph 
Kaufmann, C. 
Lesser, Chas. J, 
Marcus, L. 
Mossier, Philip 
Rothschild, Moses 
Weiss, Arthur J. 
♦Wolf, Leo 

Indianapolis 

Borinstein, Louis J. 
Jewish Federation of In- 
dianapolis 



♦Schwartz, Martin 
Sommers, Chas. B. 

Kendall ville 

Keller, L. J. 
Kokomo 

Levi, J. S. 
l.a Fayette 

Federation Jewish 
Charities 

Liigonier 

Eichel, S. 

Henoch, Sol 

Jacobs, Eli 

Joseph, C. V. 

Mier State Bank 
♦♦Strauss, Isaac D. 
♦♦Straus, Jacob 

Madison 

Congregation 

Adath Israel 
Sulzer, Marcus R. 

Marion 

Progress Club 
Mt. Vernon 

Temple Sisterhood 
Muncie 

Hene, M., Estate 

Muncie Lodge 752, 
I. O. B. B. 

Portland 

Weiler, Morris 
South Bend 
Ciralsky, A., & Sons 
Fishgrund, David 
Frankel, M. J. 
Hurwich, Iron Co. 
Livingston, Abe 
Mayerfleld, A. B. 
Ries, H. E. 
Seeberger, Geo. 
Seeburger, Julius 
Spiro, Mrs. Samuel 
Star Store 

Summitville 

Warner, Children of 
Anna 

Terre Haute 

Federated Jewish 
Charities 
♦♦Levi, Simon 
Lubin, J. M. 
Uffenheimer, S. 

IOWA 

Cedar Rapide 

Associated Jewish 
Philanthropies 

Charles City 

Hecht, Jos. 
Davenport 

Tri-City Jewish Fed- 
erated Charities 

Decorah 

Bear, Benj. 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



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47 



Des Moines 

Samiijb, M. 
Uniteil Jewish 
Pliilantbropies 

Dubuque 

••Slimmer, A. 
Sioux City 
Davidsou, Ben, 
Dave & Abe 
•Wise, Mrs. Clias. 

KANSAS 

Ijeavenworth 

Council Jewish Women 
Ettenson, Mrs. Henry 
United Jewish Charities 

McPherson 

Stroiise, J., & Son 
Pittsburgh 

Council Jewish Women 
Salina 

Stiefel, Moses 
Topeka 

Auerbach & Guettel 

Endlich, Harry 

Guettel. A. A. 

Jacobson, Abe 

KENTUCKY 

Ashland 

Josselson, Alex. 
BoTvllng: Green 

Cristal, Samuel 
Nahm, Fred 

Frankfort 
Davis, David P. 
Davis, I. 

Henderson 

Mayer, Alexander 
Simon, J. W. 

liSxington 

Ades, David 
Grossman, D. 
Hammel, Aug. E. 
Herz, Emil 

K. K. A. I. Sisterhood 
Lee, S. D. 
Levy, Morris L. 
Lowenthal, M. 
Meyers, Emanuel 
Moses, Wm. 
Newberger, B. 
Simon, Harry 
Strauss, Phil 
Weil, Jay D. 
Wile, Dolph 

Iiouisville 

Adath Israel Sisterhood 
Ades, Simon 
Bensinger. Arthur B. 
Berman, Meyer 
Berman Outlet Co. 
Bernheim. Frank D. 
Bleiden, T. 
Brooks, Mrs. Marie 
Burger, Mrs. S. 



Burger, V. J. 
Byck, Daun 
Cohen, M.. & Sons 
Driefus, Simon A. 
Ehrmann, Hilmar 
Flexner, Dr. J. A. 
Florsheim. W. 1. 
Frank, Ludwig 
Goldberg, Lee L. 
Goldberg & Kaplan 
Goldstein, Sol 
Goodman, S., & Sons 
Grossman, Louis, and 

Sons 
Haas, Mrs. Sam. 
Hertzman, J. 
Hirsch, Benj. 
Hirsch, David 
Hirsch, Mrs. David 
Hirsch, Louis H. 
Hvman, Jacob 
Ja'coby, Zach 
Kasdan, TJ. 
Kiefer, Henry B. 
Klempner Bros. 
Levi, Abe C. 
Levy, Arnold H. 
Levy, Col. Fred 
Levey, Frederick, Jr. 
Levy, Jacob, & Bros. 
Levy, James H. 
Levy, Sol. 
Levy, Stuart 
Linker. B. 
Loebenberg, H. 
Lorch, Vic 
Louisville Scrap Iron 

Co. 
Marks, A., Co. 
Marks Mercantile Co. 
Mendel, Chas. 
Moses, H. H. 
Rose. David B. G. 
Rosenbaum, I., & Sons 
Rosenblum, N. 
Rosenblum, Herman 
Rosenblum, Sidney 
Rothschild, B. A. 
Sachs, Edward 
Sachs, Morris D. 
Sales, A. M. 
Seidenman, J. I. 
Selligman, Alfred 
Selligman, Bernard 
Selligman, Joseph 
Shapinsky, Allan 
Shapinsky, S. 
Solomon, Dr. Leon L. 
Southern Auction Sales 

Co. 
Straus, Dr. B. C. 
Straus, E. E. 
Switow, M. 
Trau, I. K. 
ITllman, Mrs. Saml. 
Waterman & Taustine 
Weinstock, E. 

Maysville 

Merz, Mrs. A. L. 
Merz, Eugene 

Owensboro 

Baer, Abe 
Baker. R. 

Feuerlicht, Miss Hattie 
Hirsch. Col. A. 
Levy, Sam 
Rosenfeld, Mrs. A. 
Rosenfeld, Silas 



Rosenfeld, Mrs. Silas 
••Shorten, J. D. 
Wile, Jos. 
Wile, Marc 



Paducah 

Bright Bros. 
Fels, Mrs. Jeannette 
Finkel, Samuel H. 
Harmony Lodge 149, 

I. O. B. B. 
Keller, John M. 
Levy, Alfred 
Livingston, M., & Co. 
Lowenthal & Son 
Manas, M. 
Michael, M., Estate 
Michael, Edwin B. 
Steinfeld, Dr. M. 
Temple Israel S. S. 
Temple Israel Sister- 
hood 
Wallerstein, Jacob 
Weil, Jesse 
ShelbyviUe 
Samuel, Leopold 
LOUISIANA 

Alexandria 

Goldring, Mrs. D. 
Kaufman, I. J. 
Pressburg, H. H. 
Simon, A. E. 
Simon, H. L. 
Simon, Mr. and Mrs. 

Harry L. 
Simon, Simeon, Estate 
Temple Sisterhood 
Weiss, M. J. 

Baton Rouge 

Jewish Charitable 
and Educational 
Federation 

Donaldsonville 

Netter, Adolphe 
Lafayette 

Abramson, N, 

Monroe 

Kaplan, Samuel 
Meyer, Mrs. Sol. 

Natchitoches 

Nelken, Samuel 
New Iberia 
Gates of Prayer 
Sabbath School 

New Orleans 

Alcus, S. T. 
Beer, Henry 
District Grand Lodge 7, 

I. O. B. B. 
Jewish Charitable 

and Educational 

Federation 
Ladies' Auxiliary of 

Anshe Sfard 
Levy, A. 

Lew, Mrs. Otto A. 
Newburger, Silvan 
**Newman, Mrs. Henry 
**Newman, Isidore 

Sisterhood Congregation 

Gates of Prayer 



•Life Member. 
••Deceased Lite Member. 



48 



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Zemurray, Samuel 
Plaquemine 

Kern, Dave 
Shreveport 

Bernstein, E. R. 

B'nai Zion Congregation 

Council Jewish Women 

Murov, N. 

Simon, J. C. 

Wiener, Eli 

St. Francisville 
Teutsch, R. 

MAINE 

Bangror 

Cooper, B. 
Friedman, A. B. 
Schiro, C. 

Kennebunkport 

Kaufmann, Julius 
Lewiston 

Mandelson, A. 
Ross, Allen 

Portland 

Berman, Jacob H. 
Bernstein, I. 
Rosen, Maurice E. 

Saco 

Solmer, S. M. 

MARYLAND 

Baltimore 

♦Adler, Miss Blanche 

Baer, Estate of Gustav 

Beck, Paul L. 

Benesch, Wm. M. 

Berney, Albert 

Burgunder, B. Bernie 

Castleburg, Henry 

Clarke, Emile 

Cohen-Adler Shoe Co. 

Cohen, B. E. 

Cohen, Miss Bertha 
•♦Cohen, Me'ndes 

Cone, Dr. Claribel 

Cone, Frederick W. 

Coplon, Chas. 

Deiches, Wm. 

Eisenberg, Abram 

Bngel, Jacob 

Epstein, Jacob 

Fader, A. 

Freudenthal, L., & Son 
♦Friedenwald, Hiram W. 

Gamse, H., & Bro. 

Gans, Mrs. Chas. 

Ginsberg, Adolph 
♦Goldenberg, Julius M. 

Goldenberg, Levi 

Goldenberg, Moses 

Goldschmid, Mrs. R. 

Gomprecht and Benesch 

Gottschalk, Jos. 

Greenabaum, Mrs. E. 

Greenbaum, Leon E. 

Greenbaum, Milton D. 

Greif, David L. 

Greif, Leonard L. 

Greif, Mrs. Max 

Gutman, Louis K, 

Halle, Isaac 



Halle, Meyer S. 

Halle, Moses 

Hamburger, Manes I. 

Hanline Bros. 

Harsh, George M. 

Hecht, Emanuel 

Hecht, Mrs. Julia W. 

Hecht, Mrs. L. A. 

Hecht, Malcolm 

Hecht, Moses S. 

Hecht, Moses of J. 

Heller, Samuel 

Hess, Isaac S. 

Hochschild, Kohn & Co. 

Hochschild, Max 

Hutzler, Mrs. David 

Hyman, B. H, 

Katz, A. R. 

Katz, Mr. and Mrs. A. 
Ray 

Katz, Meier 
♦Kaufman, Henriette 

Kaufmann, Jos. & Harry 

Kemper, David 

Kerngood, Herman 

Kohn, Benno 

Kohn, Louis B. 

Lansburgh, Sidney 

Lauchheimer, S. H. 

Lauer, Mrs. Leon 

Lauer, Martin 

Lazarus, L. 

Levenson, Samuel 

Levy, Alfred 

Levy, Julius 

Levy, William 

Maass, Mrs. A. 

Macht, Ephraim 

Makover, Bernard 

Mandelbaum, Seymour 

Metzger, Mrs. Allen 

Morris, Moses 

Ottenheimer, I. & M. 

Panitz, Isidor 

Pollack, Mrs. Hannah 

Rayner, Albert W. 
**Rayner, Wm. S. 
♦♦Reinhard, Saml. E. 

Rosenau, Rev. Dr. Wm. 

Rosenberg, A. F. 

Rosenberg, Mrs. Bertha 

Bosenburg, Lewis S. 

Rosenheim, H., & Son 

Rothholz Bros. 

Rothholz, Julius 

Rothschild, Moses 

Rothschild, S. 

Salabes, Sody 

Samuels, Morton 

Samuels, Oscar 

Scherr, Herman 

Schloss Bros. & Co. 

Schoeneman, J., Inc. 

Sefe, Robt. 

Seliger, Mrs. Leon 

Sonneborn, Sigmund B. 

Speert, Mose I. 

Stein, M. 

Stern, Bessie C. 

Straus, Aaron 

Strauss Bros. 

Strouse, Benj. 
♦♦Strouse, Isaac 

Stulman Bros. 

Thalheimer, Mr. and 
Mrs. Samuel 

Thalheimer, S. J. 

Thalheimer. Sigmund K. 

Van Leer, Milton 

Wallerstein, D. S. 



Wertheimer Bros. 
Westheimer, Milton F. 
Wyman, Maurice 

Cumberland 

Beneman, B. 
Bernstein, L. 
Hirsh, Isaac 
Hirsh, Joseph, & Sons 
Klawan, Jos. 
Kline, L. 

Morgan & Co., N. 
Rosenbaum Bros. 
Rosenbaum, Ira 
Rosenbaum, Irvin 
Rosenbaum, L. 
Rosenbaum, Morris 
Roseubaum, Susman 
Sacks, I. S. 
Snyder, L. E. 

Frederick 

Cohen, Nathan 
Cohen, Royal S., Co. 
Cohen, W. 
Gold, M. 
Jacobson, Karl 
Polikoff, L. G. 
Rosenauer, Gerson 
Rosenour, B., & Sons 
Segaloff, Chas. 
Wachter, Mrs. Clara and 

Jeannette Weinberg 
Weinberg, Leo 

Frostburg 

Stern, Miss R. Bertha 
Hagerstown 
Fleisher, Max 
Summers, D. M., & Sons 

Lionaconing; 

Price, Arthur 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Attleboro 

Stone, S. M. 
Boston 

Agoos Family 
Charity Fund 

Agoos, S. L. 

Baer, Louis 

Brandt, C. 

Brin, Leon M. 

Dana, S. L. 

Feiss, Richard A. 

Finberg, Chester F. 

Fox, Isidor 

Freedman, Dr. Louis M. 

Gold, Saml. 

Gordon, A. L. 

Grosberg, O. 

Hayman, Albert D. 
♦♦Hecht, Lina 

Herman, Mrs. Jos. M. 
♦Hirschberg, A. S. 

Joseph, A. 

Kaffenburgh, Carl J. 
♦Kirstein, Louis E. 

Koshland, A. 

Koshland, Joseph 

Lebowich, J. 

Leive, Adolph 

Levy, Ben 

Lourie, Hon. David A. 

Marks, I. 

Massell, F. W. 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



s f § i 








ROSETTA M. UL,MAN DORMITORIES 




aiORRIS LiASKER DOMESTIC HALL, 




I.ITNCHTI3IE IN MORRIS LASKEK DOMESTIC HALL, 




THE rOOTBAEL SQUAD 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



49 



Misbol, M. 
Morse, J. P. 
Morse, Morris 
Newniiin. Mrs. Saimiol .T. 
Ratshesky, A. C. 
Rawitser, Wm. 
Rosenbush, Al. A. 
Rudnick, Carl 
Rudniek, Joscpli 
Scheinfeldt. Solomon 
Schooner. Joseph Y. 
Schwartz, H., & Co. 
**Shuman, A. 
Shuuian, Mrs. Samuel 
Solomont, James 
Strathmore Woolen Co. 
Temple Israel Sabbath 

School 
Vorenberg, Felix 
AVyner, Geo. 

Brockton 

Thompson Bros. 
Shoe Co. 

Brookline 

Andrews, Mrs. Julius 
Buxbaum, S., Co. 
Feldman, Albert 
Goodman, Mrs. Saml. 
Kiefer, AVm. G. 
Roxbury Ladies' Aid 

and Fuel Society 
Sisterhood Temple 

Ohabai Shalom 
Slocum. Isaac M. 
Van Noorden, E. 

Chelsea 

Rosenberg Bros. 
Salter, M.. & Sons 

Chicopee Falls 

Wiener, Sam. 
Dorchester 

Jewish Children's Aid 
Society 

Haverhill 

Orensteen, M. T., Shoe 
Co. 

Eendal Green 

*Mayer, Richard 
ioweU 

Sllverblatt, Bennett 
Tickosky, Eli 

Milton 

Shoolman, Eliot B. 
New Bedford 

Council Jewish Women 
Pittsfield 

Temple Sisterhood 
Somerville 

Hillson, Hyman M. 
Springfield 

Adaskin. Herman 

Bearg, Benj. 

Bland, H. R. 

Cheiffetz, Abraham 

Chiz, Abraham 

Daniel, Harry 

Goldstein, Nathan E. 

Henin, Louis C. 



Isenberp, H., & Co. 
Naurison, Dr. ,Tas. Z. 
Rablnovitz, Frederick 

Waltham 

Bayard, Harris 
AVorcester 
Alperin, I. A. 
Arkus, Nathan 
Ashor, Jacob 
Beeber, Saml. 
Brodsky, Hyman M. 
Chase, Louis 
Cohen. Harry 
Cohen, Mrs. Ida 
Cohen, Morris 
Cotton, Anne 
Cotzin, Mrs. David 
Council .Tewisli Women 
Cramer, Max 
Dephouse. Henry W. 
Eisenberg, Fred 
Ellas, Saul 
Felga, Wilfred B. 
Feingold & Warren 
Freelander, Mrs. B. 
Friedman, Jos. 
Coding, Jacob L. 
Goldberg, Leon 
Goldstein, David 
Grodberg, Jos. M. 
Grodberg & Hirsch 
Gross-Strauss Co. 
Hillman, A. M. 
Isenberg, Alfred G. 
Isenberg, David B, 
Jaffe. Mrs. J. E. 
Kaufman, Dr. M. F. 
Klein, A. A. 
Lakin, E. 
Lavien, Dr. L. H. 
Morin, Edith A. 
Newton. B. Larz 
Reed, Jacob 
Saidel, Harry S. 
Sapiro, Maxwell E. 
Seder, Jos. S. 
Seder, Samuel 
Seder, Saul A. 
Stayman, Max 
Strogoff. Mrs. Frank 
Worcester Lodge 600, 
B'nai B'rith 

MICHIGAN 

Bay City 

Ladies' Hebrew Benev. 
Society 

Charlotte 

Vomberg, M. 
Detroit 

Gilbert, Isaac 

Ginsburg, Bernard 

Goldman, A. 

♦Goldstein, Bernice Lois 
*Gumbiner, Jos. H. 

Hamburger, Mrs. Chas. 

Heavenrich, John A. 

Heavenrich, Samuel 

Helfman, Harry 

Horwitz, Harris 

Kahn. Mrs. Albert 

Krolik, Mrs. H. A. 

Musliner, Louis S. 

Oppenheimer, M. 
•♦Schloss, Seligman 



.Siogel, Bcn.inmin 
Sloinan, Kngenc II. 
Stillman, Mrs. Henry 
Temple Beth El 

Sisterhood 
Traitel, Maurice 
Wineman, Andrew 
♦Wineman, 

Mrs. Henrietta 
AVineman, Henry 
Wolfe, N. 

Grand Rapids 

Houseman, .lulius, 
Lodge 238, I. O. B. B. 
United .lewisli Welfare 
Society 

Higrhland Park 

Grossman, Arthur 
ILansingr 

Beck, Sam A. 
Gerson, Jos. 

Pontiac 

Heineman, Mrs. Sol. E. 

MINNESOTA 

Chisholm 

Banen, P. 

Bannen, T. 

Chisholm Drv Goods Co. 

Dubrow, S. B. 

El Queeno Cigar Co. 

Groman, S. B. 

Hoberman, Max 

Joseph & Wain 

Medalie, Dr. W. L. 

People's Dept. Store 

Roth, Ben 

Sapero Bros. 

The Fair 

Tusin, Harry 

Wain, Sam. 

Duluth 

Albenberg, M. C. 
Altman, Harry B. 
Altman. J., & Sons 
Billstein, Wm. 
Block, P. 
Bondv. L. R. 
Bublick, Sol. 
Coll, J. E. 

Columbia Clothing Co. 
Cook, Meyer J. 
Copilowich, S. B. 
Davis, Jos. E. 
Fitwell Clothing Co. 
Freimuth, I. 
Garon, Julius 
Ginsberg, Sam 
Gittelson, S. E. 
Gittleson, I. 
Goldfarb, M. 
Goldish, B. 
Goldstein, Wm. 
Green, W. 
Jacobs, Richard 
Josephs, H. Y. 
Karon, L. 
Karon, Family of 

Solomon 
Kohen, Max A., Inc. 
Labowitz, F. 
Latts, A. R. 
Latts, R. 
Levine, L. 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



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Littman, A. Y. 

Loeb, Saml. 

M. K. & H. C. 

Meyers, Chas. P. 

Oreckovsky, J. 

Greek's 

Sher, P. 

Shusterman, J. 

Siegel Bros. 

Silberstein & Bondy Co. 

Sylvian, Mrs. W. 

Universal Electric Co. 

Vertelney, Sam. 

Zalk, Louis 

Zien, M. L. 

Zimmerman, I. 

Eveleth 

Ellis Bros. 
Goldberjr, Abe 
Kaner, M. 
Levant, Harry 
Mastiner Bros. 
Perlman, H. 
Press, S. 
Sagen, Lester 
Sax, Solomon 
Siegel, Sam. 
Stein, Jacob 
Winer, J. 

Hibbing 

Bloom, Hyman 
Cohen, Jacob 
Hallock, Chas. 
Hibbing Drug Store 
Lippman, B. M. 
Markel Furniture Co. 
Milkes, Mrs. D. 
Nides Bros. 
Nides, L. & S. 
Rosenberg Bros. 
Sachs Bros. 
Sher, I. R. 
Silk, H. 

Minneapolis 

Adelsheim, Maurice 
Alco Hat Co. 
Alexander, Sam 
Baer, Fernand 
Bearman, A. N. 
Bergstein, I. 
Blumberg, L. J., Jr. 
Brill, J. E. 
Brin, Arthur 
Brown, Harry 
Capital Iron and 

Metal Co. 
Cohen, H. B. 
Cohen, Leonard 
Cohen, N. 
Conhaim. Myron H. 
Conner Bros. 
Cooper, C. B. 
Cotlaw, Herman 
Cranner. P. J. 
Davis, H. J. 
Davis, J. M. 
Dominion Electric 
Divorsky, P. 
Eisendrath, Julius M. 
*Eisler, Adolph 
Fairfax Produce Co. 
Feinberg, .Jacob 
Fischer, A. H. 
Friedman, Ben 
Friedman. David 
Friend, E. S. 
Gittleson Jewelry Co. 



Goldberg, Max J. 
Goodman, Sam 
Green, H. H. 
Greenberg, Wm. 
Grodnik. L. S. 
Gross, A. M. 
Gross Bros. 
Harris, A. 

Harris, A. M., and Sig. 
Harris, B. H. 
Harris, B. ^y., and Leo 
Harris, M. H. 
Heller, A. H., Jr. 
Heller, B. 
Jacobs, B. 
Jacobs, L. 
Jeffery, D. C. 
Joseph, I. S. 
Juster Bros. 
Kahner, M. L. 
Kantor, Morris 
Kaplan, E. 
Kaufman, Harry 
Kaufman, Sam. 
Kayser, Albert J. 
Kayser, Howard H. 
Kohen, Max A. 
Kohen, Mrs. Max A. 
Kolliner, Bobt. S. 
Kreger, Noah 
Kronick's 
■ Levin Bros. 
Levin, S. 
Minneapolis Lodge 271, 

I. O. B. B. 
Monasch Lithographing 

Co. 
Panor, F. B. 
People's Scrap Iron Co. 
Phillips, David 
Rosier, Louis 
Robitshek & Schneider 
Robitshek, I. H. 
Robitshek, Solomon 
Rose Bros. 
Roseman, Inc. 
Ruben, Harold M. 
Ruben, I. H. 
Savlan, Jack 
Schloss, J. A. 
Sehnapp, S. 
Segal, I. 
Selig, Joseph 
Shanedling's 
Snattinger, T. 
Stromberg, A., & Co. 
Sweet, H., & Co. 
Swiller, M., & Son 
Twin City Fixture 

Exchange 
Weil, Charles 
Weil, Herman H. 
Weil, Wm. B. 
Weisfelt, Max 
Weiskopf, Mrs. Henry 
Weiskopf, R. G. 
Weisman, Wm. 
Werner Bros. 
Whitman, I. S. 
Wolk Bros. 
Yager & Co. 

St. Paul 

Ginsberg, Misses Anna 
and Lilly, and Mrs. 
D. G. Mains 

Goodkind, Mrs. B. L. 

Jewish Welfare Asso. 

Mogelson Bros. 

Swiskey, T. W. 



Virginia 

Bankman, B. 
Garou, J. H. 
Kaner, I. 
Kenner, A. 
Milavetz, Ben. 
Milavetz, Sam. 
Sehanedling, .Julius 
Shanedling, M. 
Shanedling, Monroe 
Simon & Schibel 
Walt, Ben. 
Wilk, M. L. 

MISSISSIPPI 

Anguilla 

Kline, Henry 
Brookhaven 

Abrams, I. 
Cohn, A. A. 
Cohn, David Z. 
Temple B'nai Shalom 

Columbus 

Joseph Herz, Lodge 181, 

I. O. B. B. 
Kaufman Bros. 
Loeb, Albert 
Loeb, Mrs. Leopold 
Loeb, Sidney J. 
Loeb, Simon J. 
Marx, L. 
Rosenzweig, Louis 

Corinth 

Hazard, G. A. 
Riibel, Abe, & Co. 
Weaver, A. K. 
Weaver, R. M. 
Worris, H. 
Young, H. N. 

Fayette 

Hirsch, S., Co. 
Greenville 

Bergman, H. W. 
Deborah Lodge 161, 

I. O. B. B. 
Eisenberg, N. N. 
Fletcher, Leon 
Goldstein, Montrose 
Goldstein, Nathan 
Goodman, S. 
Hebrew Union Sabbath 

School 
Hirsh, Emile V. 
Itzig, Mrs. I. 
Johl, Miss Jeanette 
Moyse & Moyse 
Stein, H. 

Temple Sisterhood 
Waldauer, Mrs. Louis 
Weinberg, Dave 
Yonkilis, M. 

Greenwood 

Bergson, Paul 
Bernstein, A. 
Davidson, Mrs. Rose 
Diamond, M. 
Fried, W. 
Goodman, F. 
Hebrew Sunday School 
Herman, Robert 
Kantor, J. 
Kline, I. M. 



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Levitt Hide & Fur Co. 

Smith, David 

Stein, Ike 

Stein, Joe 

Stein, S. M. 

Weiler, A. 

Weiler, Mrs. Millard 

Hattiesburg 

Dreyfus, M. 

Jackson 

Ascher, E. S. 
Ascher, Jos. 
Botnick, H. 
Cohen Bros. 
Dreyfus, Mrs. Bertha 
Dreyfus, Isidore 
Feibelman, Abe 
Flower, J. 
Gardner, Thos. L. 
Gordon Bros. 
Hart, Lee R. 
Lehman, Isidore 
Lewine Bros. 
Manassah Lodge 202, 

I. O. B. B. 
Markow, Irving 
Marks, S. S. 
Millsteiu & Oppenheim 
Orkin, A. J. 
Schrier, S. 
Smilow & Cohen 
Sternberg, Alfred 

Meridian 

Arkev, Herbert 
Feibelman, B. M. & E. 
Lyon, A. J. 
Meyer, Joe 
Meyer, Sam 
Rothenoerg, M., Co. 
Spiro, Jonas 
Threefoot Bros. & Co. 
Wigransky, L. 

Natchez 

Abraham, Dan W. 
Beekman, Dr. Marcus 
Beekman, Dr. Philip 
Beekman, Mrs. Sam. 
♦♦Frank, Henry 

Frank, Mrs. Henry 
Friedler, Mrs. Rosa L. 
Fry, Louis 
Geisenberger, L. L. 
Geisenberger, Saml. 
Goldberger, L. 
Goldberger. M. 
Kullman, B. 
Ladies' Aid Soey. 
Moses, Mrs. Simon N. 
Oppenheim, A. D. 
Sadler, Harry M. 
Seiferth, Jan. 
■ Stockner. Ben 
Ullman, Dr. J. S. 
Viener, Harry 
Tiener, R. 

Viener, Mrs. Sophia, in 
memoriam 

Vicksburgr 

Adler, Mrs. Fanny 
Albrecht. Sam. 
Bock & Fischel 
Emmich, L. 
Fischel, Mrs. A. L. 
Herman, L. L. 
Hirsch, J. K. 



Kory, Rev. Sol L. 
Ladies' Hebrew Benev. 

Soey. 
Landau, M. D. 
Laudenhelmer, D. 
Lyons, Walter 
Marcus, Samuel 
Metzger, Maurice 
Mite Society of Anche 

Chesed 
Rice, H. E. 
Rose, Mrs. A. 
Rosenfeld, S. O. 
Sartorius & Fried 
Susman, J. R. 
Susman, Mrs. S. 
Teller, Sam 
Teller, Sidney 
Well, R. 

West Point 

Frenkel, Mrs. E. 
Yazoo City 

Wise, H. 

MISSOURI 

Hannibal 

Council Jewish Women 

Joplin 

Newman, Albert 
Temple Aid Sisterhood 

Kansas City 

Achtenberg, B. M. 
Alisky, J. T. 
Allmayer, Nathan 
Altschuler, S. 
Auerbach, H. A. 
Baer, Julius 
Benjamin, David 
♦Benjamin, Mr. and Mrs. 

Lionel 
Berkowitz, Henry J. 
Berkson, Sol. 
Berlinger, Harry 
Block, Edward 
Block, SoL 
Bobrecker, A. 
Bobreeker, Saml. 
Cohen, Morris B. 
Davidson, Julian K. 
Denebeim, A. 
Deutsch, Mrs. Rachael 
Diamant, Abe 
Dreyfoos, Benjamin F. 
Bhrlich, Louis H. 
Eisen, S. G. 
Fels, Arthur 
Fink, R. S. 
Frankel, Daniel 
Goldberg, Leo B. 
Goldman, Dr. Max 
Gottlieb, Ira 
Greenberg, Kantor 
Greenman Bros. 
Gretzer, S. 
Harding, David 
Hart, Alfred 
Heilbrun, Samuel 
Jewish Educational Inst. 
Kahan, W. C. 
Kansas City Lodge 184, 

I. O. B. B. 
Katz, Isaac 
Katz, M. H. 
Koppel, H. M. 
Laner, Sol. 



Levi, H. 
Levy, Hugo 

Levy, Family of Isaac 
Levy, J. J. 
Levy, Melville 
Lichtig, Henry 
Loewen, Myron A. 
Lorie, J. L. 
Lorie, Percy S. 
Lyon, Chas. H. 
Lyons, Julius 
Mag, Arthur 
Mayer, Rabbi H. H. 
Mayer, Moe 
Michelson, Ed. S. 
Natkin, Ben 
Navran, H. P. 
Oppenstein Bros. 
Passamaneck, H. 
Reicher, Sol. 
Rieger, A. 
Rieger, Oscar 
Ringoldsky, I. J. 
Rosenberger, J. C. 
Saper, Judge Alex. D. 
Schier, Phil 
Schoenberg, Albert 
Shanberg, M. B. 
Shone, Meyer 
Siegel, Lester 
Silverberg, Wm. 
Silverman, Sidney 
Sittenfeld, Geo. H. 
Skeer, Wm. J. 
Snower, David 
Sophian, Dr. A. 
Stern, Morris & Sigmund 
Wayne, Alex. 
Werby, Jacob 
Woolf, Mrs. A. S. 

Louisiana 

Michael Bros. 
St. Josepli 
Block, Mrs. Fannie 
Block, Harry 
Ehrlich, Wm. H. 
Federated Jewish 

Charities 
♦Hirsh, Sol. 
Schloss, Moses A. 
Siegel, Lewis 
♦♦Westheimer, Mr. and 

Mrs. Ferd. 
♦♦Westheimer, Samuel 

St. Liouis 
Aaron-Fleisher Silk Co. 
Aloe, L. P. 

American Fixture Co. 
American Waste Corp. 
Arenson, J. 
Baer, Arthur B. 
Baer, J. A. 
Baer, Sigmond 
Baskowitz, S., & Son 
Bauman, S. H. 
Biederman, Emanuel 
Blumenfield, Morris 
Braham, D. G. 
Bry, Nathan 
Cohen, Leon 
♦Cohn, I. H. 
Cronheim, Herman 
Ebn Ezra Lodge 47, 

I. O. B. B. 
Federation of Jewish 

Charities 
Franc, H. L. 



♦Life Member. 
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Frank, Mrs. Henry 

Freund, Walter 

Friend Hide & Fur Co. 

Fuld, Mrs. Leah 

Fuller, Aaron 

Glaser, Dr. Carl 

Glaser, Jos., Jr. 

Glaser, Julius 

Goldman, Alvin D. 

Goldman Bros. 

Grosberg, David N. 

Guckenheim, Emil 

Haas, Harry S. 

Harris, Marcus 

Hasgall, S. 

Hirsclihorn, Lewis 

Hoehman Bros. 

Kahn-Schoeubrun Mfg. 
Co. 

Kline, I. D. 

Kopelowitz Bros. 

Kraus, Harry 

Langsdorf, Julius 
•Lesem, Col. Isaac H. 

Levy, Miss Rebecca 

Levy, Wm. B. 

Lewin Metals Corp. 

M. & O. Shoe Co. 

Maas, Eugene 

Marx, Walter S. 

Mathes, Jos. 

May, David 

May, Morton J. 

Mayer, Emil 

Missouri Lodge 22, 
I. O. B. B. 

Modern Caj) Co. 

Myers, Harry 
*Nathan, Emil 

Newburger Garment Co. 
*Platt, Edward G. 

Rauh, A. S. 
**Rice, Jonathan 

Rosenberg, A. 

Rosenfeld, Arthur 

Roth, Fred S. 

Rubinstein, T. L. 
♦Sacks, William 

St. Lo"uis Commission 
Co. 

Sale, Prank 

Samuels Shoe Co. 

Schott, Albert 

Seelig, M. G. 

Seidel. S. 

Shoenberg, Sydney M. 

Sichel, I. 

Sicher, Henry 

Sicher, M. J. 

Sicher, Morton B. 

Silverman, J. E. 

Sommers, David, Estate 

Sorger, Irving L. 

Spitz, Mrs. Moritz 

Stein, Jos. A. 

Stein, Samuel J. 

Steinberg, Mark C. 
**Stix, C. A. 

Stix, Ernest W. 

Straus, Mrs. Hannah 

Swope, Meier 

Tober-Saifer Shoe Co., 
Inc. 

Treuman, Paul 

Waldheim, Aaron 

Weil, Ralph 

Wohl, David P. 

Wolff, Mrs. Clara A. 

Wolff, Mrs. D. 



Wolff, E. H. 
Woltort, Slg. 

Springfield 

Associated Charity 
Fund 

Tipton 

Cohu, Mrs. Rosalie 

Webb City 

Goldstein, Saul 

MONTANA 

Butte 

Baron de Hirsch Lodge, 

I. O. B. B. 
Blumkin, Harry 
Coddeu, Huury 
Cohen, J. S. 
Cohen, Louis S., Co. 
Davis, A. J. 
Delovage, Abe 
Frank, Louis 
Hechtmau, Ben 
Heiman, M. L. 
Kaufman, J. 
Linz, Mose 
Lippman, Alfred J. 
Marans, Edw. 
Meyer, William 
**Oppenheimer, J. E. 
Schilling, Sig. 
Symons Dry Goods Co. 
*Symons, Harry 
Symons, Wm. S. 
Wein's Clothing Store 
Woodard, J. W. 

Missoula 

Leiser, Esther 

NEBRASKA 

liincoln 

Ellinger, Gabe 
Friend, Morris 
Friend, Victor 
Gold, Nathan J. 
Gold, Wm. 
Nefsky, Saml. 
Pepperberg, Julius 
Pepperberg, R. V. 
Shire, Eli 
Simon, Ben 
Speier, Al. 
♦Weil, M. 

Omaha 

Auerbach, Herman H. 
Cohn, Rabbi Frederick 
Katleman, Carl C. 
Kirschbraun «& Sons 
Kulakofsky, J. Harry 
Lapidus, Harry H. 
**Levy, Morris 

Levy, Mrs. Morris 
Mandelson, Mrs. Lena 
Rosenthal, B. & H. 
Sachs, Martin 
Temple Israel 

Sisterhood 
Wolf, Harry A. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Portsmouth 

Council Jewish Women 
Shapiro, Louis 



NEW JERSEY 

Alpha 

Gnldfarb, Sam 
Nussuian, Jacob 

Atlantic City 

Agrons, I. N. 
♦Bachai'.ieli, Mrs. Harry 

Bookman, S. 

Bendheim, Lewis 

Bogotin Bros. 

Brash, Mrs. Rosa B. 
♦Buzby, Walter J. 

Byrne, .Tames B. 

Cassman, Harry 

Coblins, Morris 

Council Jewish Women 

Bebrier, Arnold 

Elfman, Morris 

Epstein, Mrs. A. 

Fisher, Herman 

Flarsheim, Mrs. Fannie 
♦Fridenberg, 

Mrs. Anne E. 
♦Fridenberg, 

Mrs. Solomon S. 

Friedeberg, Mrs. Gussie 

Friend, Mr. and Mrs. 
A. M. 

Gelb, W. B. 

Gerstel, Mrs. Emil 

Gettleman, M. 

Goldsmit, Miss Cecilia 

Gorson, Morris M. 

Graff, Mrs. J. 

Grossman's Hotel 

Hanstein, Mrs. Moses 

Hillman, Joel 

Hillman, Julian A. 

Hillman, Mrs. Julian A. 

Hillman, Susanne & Joel 

Izenskie, Samuel 

Jacobs, Mrs. Saml. 
♦Kline, Henry S. 
♦Krauskopf, H. C. 

Krauskopf, Mrs. H. C. 

Lamm, I. 

Landow, C. Henry 

Laub, Miss Carrie 

Levy, Mrs. C. 
Horkheimer 

Nemcoff, Mrs. Fannie 

Ojserkis, Sigmund 

Peikin, Harry S. 

Perskie, Joseph B. 

Pollock, Louis R. 

Pomerantz, Dr. Alfred 

Press, Mrs. A. 

Sasloff, Wm. E. 

Satanov, Louis 

Schaul, Henry H. 

Spatz, Mrs. Jos. 

Sternberger, Charles A. 

Toppin, F. M. 

Wagenheim, J. 

Wertheimer. Mrs. Harry 
♦White, D. S. 

Bayonne 

Council .Tewish Women 

Belmar 

Strauss, Irving R. 
Bridgeton 

Braunstein, Elmer 
Cohen, M. 
Fisher, J. 
Garfield, D, 



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Linker, H. 
Morvay .*t Schrank 
Pollock, Mrs. Beuj. 
Roouor, I'hilii) 
Scrata, Beuj. 
Silverman. Honr.v 

Camden 

Fuhruiau, Abe 
Fuhrman. Nathan 
Furer, M. 
Goldberg:. Louis 
Grass, Wm. 
Jaeobsou, S. M. 
Nelson, L. M. 
Obrus, Nathan 
Palitz, Mrs. Sarah L. 
Reiter, Dr. Otto 
Rosenfelil. K. U. 
Rooner, A. J. 
Schoenagle, Sig. 
Sloss, Milton J. 
Tompkins. Dr. Sam. S. 
Van Sfiver, J. B. 

Deal Beach 

Rolston, 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis 

East Orange 

Back, Mrs. Albert 
Diamond, A. J. 
Marx, Dr. Max 
Schindel, George J. 

Elizabeth 

Council .Jewish Women 
Finkel, Nathan 
Hyman, Isaac, & Sons 
Koestler, Saml. 
Staniler. J. J. 
Stein, Dr. Emil 

Hoboken 

Morganstern, Mrs. Rosa 
Irvington 

Bierman, Geo. 
Moskowitz, Isadora 
Wachstein, Mr. and 
Mrs. Maurice A. and 
Mrs. Meyer Bernstein 

Kearnej' 

Samuels. Mr. and Mrs. 
Henry 

liongr Branch 

Council Jewish Women 

Montclair 

Hirsh, Mrs. Samson 

Newark 

Adler, Milton M. 
Apfelbaum, Mr. and 

Mrs. Murray 
*Aronson. Louis V. 
Augenblick, 

Mr. and Mrs. Adolph 
Augenblick, Jack 
Augenblick, Meyer 
Bamberger, Louis 
*Basch, Charles J. 
Baum, Mr. and Mrs. 

Herman Z. 
Beitman, Mr. and Mrs. 

Emanuel 
Berger, Joseph 
Berla, Amzi 



BUder, N. 

Colin, Mr. and Mrs. 

r>awrence I. 
Colin, Saul & Joseph E. 
Dauzis, Dr. and Mrs. 

Max 
Davimos, Mr. and Mrs. 

Harry T. 
Davis, Mortimer 
Dillenberg, Samuel S. 
Dreyfuss, Mr. and Mrs. 

Emanuel 
Dreyfuss, Mr. and Mrs. 

Leonard 
Elin, Mr. and Mrs. Nat. 
Epstein, Dr. Harry B. 
Ezekiel Lodge 90, 

I. O. B. B. 
Feibleman, Mr. and Mrs. 

Jos. L. 
Feist, Abram 
Feist & Feist 
Penning, Herman A. 
Finger, Mr. and Mrs. 
Wm. 
*Fisch, Jos. 
Fisch, Mr. and Mrs. 

Joseph 
Foster, Rev. Solomon 
Fried, Mr. and Mrs. 
Louis J. 
*Priedmau, Louis L. 
Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. 

Louis L. 
Fuld, Felix 
Furst & Furst 
Gans, Henry 
Goldfarb, Mr. and Mrs. 

L. E. 
Goldsmith, Mr. and Mrs. 

Leo 
♦Goldsmith, Nathan 
Gries, Aaron 
•Groedel, Theodore 
Gross, L3wis D. 
♦Grotta, David 
Grotta, Theodore 
Hamraerschlag, N. 
Hannoch, Herbert J. 
Hellman, Mrs. Amelia 
Herman, Samuel 
Herrman, Henry 
Hertz, Max 
Hertz. Max, 

Leather Co. 
Hess, Mr. and 

Mrs. Theo. 
Heyman, Mr. and 

Mrs. Emanuel 
Hoenig, Mr. and Mrs. 

M. J. 
Hollander, A., & Sons 
♦Hollander, Albert 
•Hollander, Benj. Wm. 
♦Hollander, Michael 
Hollander, Sam. M. 
Insel, Mr. and Mrs. Max 
Jay, Gustave 
Jay, Leopold 
Jay, Theodore C. 
Kaltenbacher, Mr. and 

Mrs. Jos. 
Kamm, Louis 
♦Kaufherr, Albert H. 
♦Kaufherr, Maurice D. 
Kaufman, Ferd B. 
Kessler, Samuel I. 
♦King, Nathaniel 
Kins, Mr. and Mrs. 
Abraham 



Kohn, M. F. & Family 
Kricli Ijlght and Elec. 

Co. 
Krieger, Mr. and Mrs. 

Louis 
♦Krimke. Phill-.i 
Kruvant, Mr. and Mrs. 

Harry 
Kussy. Mr. and Mrs. 

Herman 
Kussy, Mr. & Mrs. Jos. 
Kusy, Maximilian 
Lehman, David J. 
Lehman, Isidor 
Lehman, .Tack H. 
Lehman, Jerome 
♦Lehman, Wm. E. 
♦Lehman, Wm, L, & 
Jerome 
Levi, Mrs. Sarah M, 
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. 
Bernard 
♦Lewis, Israel 
Lewis, Louis 
Lichtmau, .!., & Son 
Lindemau «fe Co. 
Lindeman, Philip 
Lippman, Louis 
♦Lissner, A. 
♦Lissner, B. 

Lissner Bros. 
♦Lissner, Leo N. 
Litwin, Mr. and Mrs. 

David M. 
Liveright, Frank I. 
Loewenberg, Mr. and 

Mrs. Sig. 
Lowenstein, Emanuel 
Lowy, Mr. and Mrs. 

Harry 
Lowy & Lowy 
Manshel, Mr. and Mrs. 

Charles 
Marx, Dr. Max 
Marx, Mr. and Mrs. 

Meier 
Maybaum, Mr. and 

Mrs. Charles 
Mayer, Adolf 
Mayer, Benjamin 
Mendel, Mr. and Mrs. 

Wm. 
Mendel & Weinberg 
Metzger, Abraham 
♦Meyer, Aaron 
Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. 

Emanuel 
Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. 

Jack F. 
Meyer, Jacob 
Meyer, Jos. B. 
♦Miller, Bernard 
Muehlfeliler, Arthur 
Myers, Mr. and Mrs. 

Arthur L. 
Myers, Mr. and Mrs. 

Chas. M. 
Myers, Mr. and Mrs. 

Louis A., Jr. 
Myers, Wm. L. 
Newark Bridge Club 
Newman, Jacob L. 
♦Phillips, Arthur 
Plant, Louis 
Plant, Moses 
Puder. Mr. and Mrs. 

A. H. 
Puder, Mr. and Mrs. 

Henry S. 
Rachlin, Dr. I. J. 



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♦Rachlin, Morris 

Reich, Dr. A. L. 

Ricti, Leopold 

Rich, Wm. S. 

Rich, Wm. S., & Son 
•Roth, Isaac 

Sacks, Louis and 
David L. 

Salzman, Mr. and Mrs. 
Nathan 

Scheck, Morris and 
Julius 

Schlesinger, Mr. and 
Mrs. Alex. L. 
*Schlesinger, Louis 

Schlesinger, Morris S. 

Schloss, Jacob L. 

Schnuerer, Alfred 

Schwartz, Louis C. 

Schwarz. Mr. and Mrs. 
Samuel 
•Schwarz & Son 

Sichel, Mr. and Mrs. 
Moses 

Siegel, Henry 

Simon, Mr. and Mrs. M. 
•Sommer, Wm. M. 

Stahl, Simon 

Stein. Leo 

Steiner, Herman 
•Steiner, Mrs. Joseph 

Straus, David, Co. 
••Straus, Isaac T. 

Sugarman, Jos. J. 

Uhr, Emil 

Weingarten Bros. 
•Weingarten, Levi 

Weingarten, Oscar L. 

Oceanport 

Meyer, Jerold H. 

Orange 

Brentano. Mrs. Simon 
Kridel, George 
•Roth, Jacob 
Roth & Co., Inc. 
Schlesinger, Mrs. Alex. 
L. 

Paterson 

Aronsohn, Saml. J. 
Bloom, Edward 
Dimond, Philip 
Gold, George 
Gordon, David 
Klenert, Abram 
Levine & Greenspan 
Mikola, Gustave 
Rogowski, M. L. 
Rosen, Jacob 
Siff. Samuel 
Simon & Cohn 
Spitz, Louis 

Perth Amboy 

Wurtzel, Max 

Phillip sbtirgr 

Bugen, Jacob 
Krauss, Dr. Emery 
Malos, Louis 
Nie, Alice E. 
Rosenfeld, Julius 
Shulman, I. 
Stone, Max M. 
Ungerleider, M. 
Weiss, Mrs. M. 
Zilberfarb, I. 



Plainfield 

Bronston, B. E. 

Gorkin, B. 

Heyman, Robert 

Newcorn, William 

Schwartz, J. J. 

Schwed, Herman 

Slonim, Leo 

Tepper. M. and A. 

Yood, R. 
Red Bank 

Eisner, Monroe 

Straus, Chas. K. 
Somerville 

Hellman, Israel 

Mack, Mrs. Louise C. 

Schwed, Chas. 

South Orange 

Roth, Isaac 
Roth, Jacob 
Siegel, Mr. and Mrs. 
Abe 

Trenton 

Block Insurance Co. 
Block, S. R. 
Budson, Alexander 
Eisner, Leo 
Fuld, Jonas A. 
Fuld, Mrs. Leah R. 
Gillinsky, M. 
Goldberg, Isaac 
Haveson, Harry 
Julian, Dr. Wm. 
Kahn, S. 
Kaplan, David 
Kaufman, S. E. 
Klein, Wm. 
Koplin, Dr. N. H. 
Leventhal, N. 
Leventhal, N., & Co. 
Rednor, Isidor C. 
Rice, Mrs. B. J. F. 
Schafer, Julius 
Trenton Shirt Mfg. Co. 
Wirtshafter, H. 
Wirtshafter, 

Henry, & Sons 
Wolf, Mr. and 

Mrs. Bobt. 
Yard's, Inc. 

Union Hill 

No. Hudson Seciion 
C. J. W. 

Warrenville 

Hofheimer, Mr. and 
Mrs. Arthur 

West End 

Gallagher, L. J. 
Housman, Clarence J. 

NEW MEXICO 

Albuquerque 

Ilfeld, Louis 
Ilfeld, Noa 
Nordhaus, Max 
Schweizer, Herman 

Clayton 

Isaacs, Bobt. W. 
East Las Vegas 
Rosenwald, J. E., 

Lodge 545, I. O. B. B. 



La8 Vegas 

Ilfeld, Charles 
Wagon Mound 

Vorenberg, Mrs. Simon 

NEW YORK 

Albany 

Barnet, Wm. 
Blatner, Jacob M. 
Brenner, Louis 
Cong. Beth Bmeth 
Council Jewish Women 
de Beer, Mr. and Mrs. 

Jacob 
Ferber, Ellis 
Fleishman, I. S. 
Gideon Lodge 140, 

I. O. B. B. 
Hyman, Edward 
Larner, A., & Son 
Levison, I. N. 
Levison, Milton F. 
Mandelbaum, Mrs. 

Myer J. 
Mann Bros. 
Mann, Mr. and 

Mrs. Chas. 
Mann, Lester 
Mann, Milton 
May, Chas. S. 
Mendel, Max 
Mendleson, Ira 
Mendleson, Leon 
Miller Bros. 
Muhlfelder, Jonas 
Muhlfelder & Illch 
Neuman, Dr. Leo H. 
Oppenheim, G. L.* 
Oppenheim, Louis W. 
Oppenheim, Wm. L. 
Paris Store 
•Rosendale, Hon. S. W. 
Sonnenfeld, Sam T. 
Sporborg, Mr. and Mrs. 

Alfred J. 
Sporborg, Mrs. Henry J. 
Stern, Chas. M. 
Thanhauser. Mrs. B. H. 
Waldman Bros. 
Weil, Edward 

Amsterdam 

Behr, O. M. & S. M. 
Grossman, S. 
Holzheimer, Solomon 
Lurie, A. D. 

Auburn 

Marshall, L. 
Binghamton 

Rosenthal, S. C. 
Brooklyn 

Blum, Edw. C. 

Feldman, Herman 

Franko, H. S. 

Green, Mrs. B F.. 

Gross, Rabbi L. D. 

Janowitch, J. H, 

Joachim, B. 
•Kalvin, Mrs. Henry M. 

Kaufman, Mrs. A. Sara 

Ladies' Hebrew Benev. 

Socy. of Greenpoint 
•Reiner, Julius 

Rothschild, S. F. 

Schuster, Mrs. S. J. 



•Life Member. 
♦•Deceased Life Member. 



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55 



Poss. Saml. 
Trouustiue. Lewis J. 
Tubolsky, D. 
Werbelovsky, Abraham 

Buffalo 

Berger, L. L. 

Epstein, Henry 

Pleischmann, Simon 
♦Hofeller, Theodore 
♦Hofeller. Mrs. Theodore 

Jewish Federation 

for Social Service 
♦Joseph, J. G. 

Kline, Mrs. Josephine 

Spangenthal, Mrs. A. 
♦Warner. Eugrene 

Wile, Herman 
♦Winkler, Mrs. R. S. 

Cedarhurst, 3j. I. 

Dreyfus, Fred J. 

Delhi 

Stern, Aaron 
Eggrertsvllle 

Wagner, Mrs. Eugene 

£linira 

Friendly, M. H. 
Friendly, S. H. 
Goldstein, H. 
Johnson, Johanna R. 
Lande, Dr. Abraham 
Radin, Henry J. 
Radln. Mrs. Henry J. 
Sammet, J. Barney 
Tapper Bros. 

Far Kockaway 

Herrman, Mrs. J. D. 
Salit, Michael 

Forest Hills 

Allmayer, E. 
De Vos, A. R. 

Glen Falls 
McCreery, B. 



Gloversville 

Aaron, Albert 
Bachner, Joseph 
Council Jewish Women 
Elite Glove Co. 
Horwitz & Arbib 
Karch, Michael 
Kennedy, Dr. M. 
Ken-Wel Sporting 

Goods Co. 
Klopot, Adolph W. 
Littauer, Lucius N. 
Louis. Harry J. 
Mendel, J. W. 
♦Moses, Joseph 
Moses, Ralph A. 
Nelson, A. 
♦Rothschild, Samuel 
♦Rothschild, Mrs. Samuel 
Sanger, N. 
Shine, M. 

Gl-eenport, L. I. 

Levine Bros. 

Herkimer 

Schermer, Benj. 
Schermer, Miss Frances 
Schermer, Mrs. Louis 



Jamaica 

Eisonbcrg, I. 

Johnstown 

Alpert, A. 
Denkert, M. 
Feldman. M., & Son 
Galinsky, B. 
Rosenthal, Albert 

Larchmont 

Rosenthal, Mrs. M. S. 

Mt. VerEon 

Mann, Leon * 

Robison, Gerson 

Newburgh 

United Jewish Charities 

New Kochelle 

Amdur, N. W. 
Berkowitz, Harry 
Bronner, Mrs. Henry 
Drey, Mrs. Lizzie H. 

♦Grant, Adolph 
Hendricks, Mrs. Chas. 

♦Ladenburger, Mrs. Theo. 
Prince, J. 

New York City 

Abrahams, Mrs. M. L. 
♦♦Abraham, A. 
Abrams Costume Co. 
Abramson, Cohen & Co. 
Addison, Michael 
Adelson, Abe N., Inc. 
Adelson, Milton 
Adler, Jake S. 
Adler, J. C, & Bros. 
Adler, Max 
Adler, Paul 
Adler's Sons, Chas. 
Alexander, A. 
Alexander, Joseph 
Alexander, Lawrence L. 
Alexander, Leo 
Alexander, Lester J. 
Alexander, Morris G. 
Alpert, Adolph 

Alpren, Louis 

Alsberg, Wm. 

Altman, I. 

Altschul, Miss Hilda 

American Art Bag Co., 
Inc. 

Amsterdam, Inc. 

Anathan & Co. 

Ansorge, Martin C. 

Appel, Alexander 

Arnold, Nathan A. cfe 
Rosa, in memory of, 
by their daughters 

Arnold, Oscar M. 

Arnold, Walter C. 

Arnstein, Albert H. 

Aschner, Paul W. 

Atlas, Saml. A. 

Bach, Phil. M. 

Badger, Wm. A., & Co., 

Inc. 
♦Bamberger, Wm. 

Barnett, Ben, & Bro.. Inc. 

Baron de Hirsch Fund 

Bassel, Chas. 

Bathia Lodge No. 10, 
U. O. T. S. 

Bayer, Edwin S. 

Bayer, Samuel 



Beaumont, Commodore 

L. D. 
Becker, Chas. 
Beckhard, Martin 
Beer, Mrs. Sophia 
Beller, Mr. and Mrs. A. 
Benjamin, Eugene S. 
Bericman, Mr. 
Berman. Louis K. 
Bernard. Mrs. Bertram 
Bernhard, Albert H. 
Bernheim, Isaac J. 
Bernheimer, Alfred G. 
Bernheimer, G. A., Co., 
Inc. 
♦Bernheimer. Miss Rosie 
Bernstein, David 
Bernstein, I. H. 
Bernstein, Leicester T. 
Bernstein, Max 
Bernstein, Mortimer B. 
Berstein, P. 
Biderman, B. 
Bi.iur, Nathan 
Billwiller Bros. 
Bing. Alexander 
Bleecker, Miles L. 
Blitzer, M. D. 
Bloch, Freres, Inc. 
Block, Isaac 

Bloomingdale, Mrs. J. B. 
Blum, Mrs. Joseph 
Blum. W. Robert 
Blume, A. L. 
Blurae, Joseph S. 
Blumenthal, B., «fe Co. 
♦Blumenthal, Geo. 
Blumgart, Mr. and 

Mrs. Louis 
Boas, Percy E. 
Bodenheimer, Henry 
Bodenstein-Schlesinger 

Co., Inc. 
Boland, J. P. 
Bookstaver, J. D. 
Borgenicht & Sons Co., 

Inc. 
Boskowitz, Adolph, 

Estate 
Bowsky, ijouis 
Brand, Albert R. 
Brand, Herman 
Brenner, Joseph G. 
Brenner, Sol. M. 
Brettauer, Mrs. Joseph 
Briggen, S. S. 
Brown, Frederick 
Buchman, Julius 
♦Budge, Henry 
Bugbee & Niles 
Burstein, Chas., & Bros. 
Butler, H. H. 
Buttenwieser, Jos. L. 
Campe Corporation 
Campe, Emanuel N. 
Cams, Wm. L. 
Centennial Lodge No. 

763, F. & A. M. 
Charity Chest of the 

Fur Industry 
Chinitz, A. 
Coeplof, Maxwell 
Cohen, Aaron 
♦Cohen, Elias A. 
Cohen, H. A. 
Cohen, James 
Cohen, Julius Henry 
Cohen, Louis H. 
Cohen, Max 
Cohn, Abe 



♦Life Member. 
♦*Decoased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Colin, Jos., & Son 
Cohn & Kaplan 
Combier & Co. 
Congregation 

Rodeph Sbolom 
Conheim, Hermann 
Conne. Philip A. 
Cook, Mrs. Alfred A. 
Corticelli Silk Co. 
Cowen, .Toshua L. 
♦Cowen, Moses 
Crowley. Timothy F. 
Curiel, H. 
♦Dannenbaum, Chas. 
Daub, M. J. 
Davidson, N. 
Davies, J. Clarence 
Davis, G. Richard 
Davis, H. B. 
De Boer, David H. 
De Bovoise, Chas. R. 
De'Garcy Co., Inc. 
Deitsch, Wersba & Co., 

Inc. 
Delle Donne, John 
De Marinis & Lorie 
Demuth, Leopold 
Dietz, Sol. 
Dimond, Oppenheimer & 

Kutner, Inc. 
Dix, Henry A. 
Dreyfus, Edwin J. 
Dreyfuss, Mrs. Ludwig 
Dribben, Saul F. 
Dryfoos, Otto E. 
Dunner, A. 
Eckhardt & Co., Inc. 
Eckstein. Henry J. 
Edell, Mr. 
Bdelstein, Albert 
Ehrmann, Mrs. Ernst 
Einstein, Julius 
Eiseman, Mrs. Sam 
Eisenback, Harry 
Eisner, Jesse A. 
Bitingon, Schild Co. 
Blize, Mme., Inc. 
Ellis, John E. 
Enelow, H. G. 
Englander, Max 
Epstein, I. 

Epstein Underwear Co. 
Brlanger, Abraham 
Erlanger, Chas. 
Brlanger, Felix M. 
Brlanger, Milton S. 
Brlanger, Sidney C. 
Bstricher, Henry 
Ettinger, Dr. Nat. 
Faber & Hein 
Fechheimer, A. 
Federman, Leo G. 
Feichheimer, Chas. 
Feist, Felix F. 
Feist, Seymour 
Fellerman. Jack 
Felsenheld, E. 
Finger, J. S. 
Fleischman, G. 
Fleishman, Marco 
Flobert Co. 
Floersheimer, Herman 
Forehheimer, Henry 
Frances Negligee Corp. 
Franco Corset Co. 
Prank Bros. 
Frank, Milton L. 
Frankel, D. J. 
Frankel. Mandel 
Friedlander, Arnold 



Friedman, Hynian 

Friedman. Max 

Friedman. Morris 

Friedman, S. 

Friedman. Sol., & Co. 

Fuerst, W. F. 

Fulton Leather Goods 
Co., Inc. 

Gainsburg, I. 

Gaisman, H. J. 

Gans, Milton H. 

Garflnkel & Ritter 

Garfunkel, B. J. 

Gevirtz, A. 

Gimbel, Adam L. 

Gimbel, Lee Adam 

Gitterman. A. N. 

Gittler, Adolph 

Glazier, Henry S. 

Goetz, Miss Florence 

Goetz, Joseph 

Gold. Louis 

Goldberg, Mrs. J. D. 

Goldberg, Monroe S. 

Goldenblum, Wm., & Co., 
Inc. 

Goldman, Herman 

Goldman, Manfred 

Goldman, Morris 

Goldman, William 

Goldsmith, Frederick 

Goldsmith, Hugo 

Goldsmith, Jas. A. 

Goldsmith, Nat. 

Goldstein, Dr. & Mrs. Bli 

Goldstein, Jonah J. 

Goodhart, Howard L. 
•Goodhart, Philip J. 

Goodman, Bertram, J., 
Inc. 

Goodman, Edwin 

Goodman, Eugene "W. 

Goodman, Maurice 

Gordon cfe Schuval 

Gottheil, Mrs. Paul 

Greenbaum Bros. & Co. 

Greenebaum, E. 

Gregory & Goldberg 

Grisman, Reuben 

Grosberg, J. 

Grossman, Benj. 

Grossman, Emil 

Grossman, I., & Son 

Grossman, Rev. Dr. 
Rudolph 
♦Guggenheim, Murry 
♦Guggenheim, Wm. 

Guggenheimer, 
Clarence M. 

Guinzburg, Col. and 
Mrs. H. A. 

Guinzburg, Mrs. H. A. 

Guinzburg, Miss Lillie 

Guinzburg, Richard A. 

Guinzburg, "Victor 

Guinzburg, Mrs. Victor 

Guiterman, P. L. 

Gutfreund, Hugo 

Gutman, Abraham L. 

Gutman, Monroe C. 

Haas, Albert 

Haas, Louis 

Hadassah Lodge No. 8, 
U. O. T. S. 

Harding, Philip A. 

Harris, Alan L. 

Hartmann Trunk Co. 

Haupt, Ira 
♦♦Hays, Daniel P. 

Hays, Edwin D. 



Hecht & Co. 
Hecht, Meyer 
Heckheimer, Henry 
Hefter, David 
Heim, S. W. 
♦Heinsheimer. Alfred M. 
Helier, David 
Heller Co. 
Heller, Mr, and Mrs. 

Isaac S. 
Heller, Sol. 
Henr.v-.IoTU's liobanon 

Lodge No. 79, 

I. O. B. B. 
Herbst, A. W. 
Herff, Jesse 
Herkimer, Eerthold S. 
♦Herman, Ferdinand 
Hfrsjkovits. Albert, & 

Sons, Inc. 
Herstein, David, Co. 
Hilder, Moritz 
Hilson, Edwin I. 
Hirsch, Adolf 
Hirsch, Arthur M. 
Hirsch, Joseph 
Hirsch, Leo. H. 
Hirsch, Morris J. 
Hirschberg, Henry, Inc. 
Hirsh, Louis 
Hofheimer, Lester 
♦♦Hoflieimer, Nathan 
Holstein, M. G. 
Holzman, A. 
Holzman, Ascher 
Holzman, S. L. 
Horn Bros., Inc. 
Horowitz, Louis J. 
Housman, Clarence J. 
Huchberger, Mrs. J. 
Husch. Herman 
Hut, Rudolph 
Hyman Bros. & Co. 
♦Hyman, D. M. 
Ikelheimer, Emanuel, 

children of 
Ikelheimer, Miss Ida 
Innovation Ingenuities, 

Inc. 
International Tray Co. 
Isaac, Robert 
Isaacs, I. 
Isaacs, Stanley M. 
Israel, Elias 
Ittelson, Henry 
Jacobs. Everett & 

Randolph 
Jacobs, I., Randolph & 

Co. 
Jacobs, Miss .Josephine 
Jacobs, William 
Jacobson. S. 
Jaffee, Charles D. 
Jaffee, Louis J. 
Janowitz, Julius 
Johnstown 
Henry, Alan 
Jonas, Henry 
Joseph, Miss Beatrice I. 
Kalter, Max 
Kamm, Wm. W. 
Kanik & Greenberg 
Kannengiesser & Karger 
Kanrich Brothers 
Kase-Quinby 

Rubber Co. 
Katz, A. R. 
♦Katz, Eugene 
Katzenberg. Milton 
Kaufman, Carl 



♦Life Member, 
♦♦Deceased Lite Member. 



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57 



Kaufman, Henry H. 
•♦KautiiKuin, B. 

Kaiiliuann. Mrs. Barucb 
Kaufinann, George A. 
Kaiifaiann, Herbert M. 
Kanfmaun. Julius 
♦•Kayser, Julius 

K. & K. Blouse Co. 
Kitzinger, Harry 
Kitzinger, Manuy 
Klee, Simon J. 
Klee, Walter S. 
Klein, D. Emil 
Klein, Mr. and Mrs. 

Milton M. 
Klein, Sidney 
Klein, AVilliam 
Kline, B. J. 
Kline, Eugene B. 
Kline, Samuel 
Kliugenberg, Louis A. 
Klingenstein, Mr. and 

Mrs. Clias. 
Klingenstein. Mrs. Chas. 
Klugman, Julius 
Klugman, Julius, Sons 
Kobnstamm, Edward 
Kohnstamm, Joseph 
Kohnstamm, L. S. 
Kops, Max 
Korn, Peter 
Kraft, E. H. 
Krause, Lou 
*Krauskopf, Mary G. 
Kridel, J.. Sons & Co. 
Krieger, Louis 
Kristal, Max, and J. 

Bernstein 
Krussman, Leo. F. 
Kugehnan. .Julius G. 
Ladzin & Weinberg, Inc. 
Lamport, ilr. and Mrs. 

S C. 
Landeck, AValter V. 
Lane, Charles J. 
Landman, Isaac 
Lang, Annette Crystal 
Laskys, Inc. 
Lauer, Wm. E. 
Lautersten, Mrs. Leon 
La Valle and Lo Presti 
Law-ton, Wm. M. 
Lax, J. W. 

Lazarus-Meyer Co., Inc. 
Lebach, Mrs. Stuart J. 
Leblang, Joseph 
Lederer. Richard M. 
Legg, Geo., & Sons 
Lehman, Allan S. 
Lehman. Mr. and Mrs. 

Arthur 
Lehman, Herbert H. 
Lehman, Hon. Irving 
♦♦Lehman, Meyer H. 
Lenkowsky, Hyman 
Lenkowsky, Louis 
Leon, Henry 
♦Leon, Maurice 
Levi, Emil S. 
Levin, Jos., & Co., Inc. 
Levis, Carl 
Levor. Victor 
Levy, Ben C. 
Levy, Bphraim B. 
Levy, Ernest 
Levy, Felix H. 
Levy, Herman 
Levy, I. Montefiore 
Levy, Louis S. 
Levy, Milton J. 



Levy, Samuel 
Lowonberg, Loo 
♦Lewisohn, Adolph 
Lewisohn, Sam. A. 
Libman, I^r. E. 
Lichtenstoin, J. II. 
Liebmann, Chas. 
Liebovitz, E. J. 
Light & Schlesinger 
Lipke, A. 
♦Lipper, Arthur 
Lipper. Mrs. Arthur 
Lippman, L. J. 
Loeweustoin, Herman 
Lorsch, Henry 
♦Louchheim, Harry F. 
Louchheim, Mrs. H. F. 
Love, Joseph, Inc. 
Lowenstein, Benj. 
Lowenstein, Leon 
Lowentbal, Sidney 
Lubell, Morris M. 
Ludewig, Fi-ederick, 

& Co. 
Ludwig, Jesse J. 
Lurie Co., Inc. 
Lurie, Mr. and Mrs. M. 
Lustbader, Samuel, Jr. 
Lustberg, Morris 
Maas, C. Louis 
Mack, Fred A. 
**Mack, Jacob W. 
Mack, Marc H. 
Magnus, S. W. 
Majestic Leather Goods, 

Co., Inc. 
Mangoue, Philip 
' Manhattan-Washington 

Lodge No. 191, 

I. O. B. B. 
Mangone, Philip 
Marcus, Bernard K. 
Marcus, H. 
Marcuse, A. J. 
Margolin, H., & Co., 

Inc. 
Marks, Lawrence H. 
Marks, Sigmund 
♦Marshall, Louis 
Marx, Arthur 
Mautner, Est. of Julius 
Mayer, B. W. 
♦Mayer, Chas. 
Mayer, Edward L., Co., 

Inc. 
Mayer, Josh. W. 
Mayer, Laurance 
Mayer, Mrs. Max W. 
Mayer, Max W. 
Mayers. Chauncey M. 
Mayo, Mr. 

McCabe & Schoenholz 
McMullen, J. R. 
Meinhard, Morton H. 
Meirowitz, Dr. Philip 
Mendelsohn, Alfred I. 
Mendelsohn, Sigmund 
Mendelson, Percy 
Mendleson. Jerome 
Menke, William 
Mesaros, G., Co. 
Metzler. Mrs. Daisy 
Meyer, D. F. 
Meyer. Harrison D. 
Meyer, Mrs. Jonas 
♦Meyer, Wm. 
Meyers, Norman G. 
Meyerson, L. G. 
Miller, Frank K. 
Miller, Julius 



Miller, Dr. Louis 
Miller, Nathan J. 
♦Millhiser, Mrs. Clarence 
Mills, Harry 
Mink, Isadore 
Mintz, Aaron 
Mirken & Margolin 
Mishkind, Isidor 
Moudschein, Morris 
Mordecai, Benjamin 
♦Morganstern, Albert G. 
Morgenthau, Henry 
Morrison's, Inc. 
Morrison, I. D. 
Morrison, I. S. 
Moses, D. K. 
Moses, Mrs. E. 
Mosheim, Albert 
Moss, Ben S. 
Moss, Paul 
Mount Sinai Lodge No. 

2, I. O. B. B. 
Muehlstein, H. 
Myers, Julius 
Nathan, Alfred, Jr. 
Naumburg, Aaron 
Nelson, Julius 
Newburger, Alfred H. 
Newgass, E. 
Newhoff, Lee 
Newman, Henry & 

Samuel 
Newman, Jacob J. 
Newman, J. K. 
Newman, Louis 
Newmark, Herman 
Niven, John B. 
Norden, Jacob A. 
Nordlinger, Emil S. 
Nusbaum, D., & Co. 
Nusbaum, David 
Oakes, Geo. W. Ochs 
Obendorf, David 
Ochs, Adolph S. 
Ochs, Mrs. Adolph S. 
OUesheimer, Henry 
Oppenheimer, David E. 
Oppenheimer, L. D. 
Oppenheimer, Z. H. 
Oppenheimer, Mrs. Z. H, 
Opper, E. M. 
Ottenberg, B. A. 
Pattullo, Inc. 
Peierls. Siegfried 
Peltz, Bohrman, 

Frank, Inc. 
Peyser, Sol. 
Peyser, Theo. A. 
PfeifiEer, G. A. 
Pforzheimer, Walter 
Plough, S. Harby 
Poirette Corset Co. 
Pokress, Louis 
Pollak, Chas. N. 
Posner, Dr. A. 
Posner, Louis S. 
Post, Samuel, Inc. 
Prager, L. 

Prashker, Sohn, & Co. 
Price, Victor 
Prince, J. 
Raisler, Samuel 
Ratner, Richard I. 
Ravenswood Paper Mill 

Co. 
Rawak, George 
Regensburg, Bellet 
Reis, Isidor 
Reiter, Leon M. 
Rentner, Harry, Inc. 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



58 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Rentner, Maurice 
liicliold, A. L. 
Kichtmyer, A. R. 
Roessel, Louis, & Co., 

Inc. 
Rogers, M. H. 
Kogosiu, I. 
Rolland, Paul 
Ro.salsky, Hon. Otto A. 
Rose, Bernard J. 
Rosen Bros. 
Rosenau, Sidney R. 
Rosenbaum, Arthur A. 
Rosenbaum, Mrs. H. L. 
Rosenbaum. Selig 
R&senbaum, Wm. 
Rosenfeld, J. 
Rosenshine, Albert A. 
Rosenthal, Arthur J. 
Rosenthal, Benj. 
Rosenthal, J. H. 
Rosenthal Mfg. Co. 
Rosenwald, Julius 
Rosenwald. Lessing 
Ross, Edwin 
Ross, Julius R. 
Rossbach, Mrs. Leonora 

B. 
Rossin, Alfred S. 
Rossman, F. L. 
Rosston, David L. 
Roth, Charles 
Rothschild, Louis, F. 
Rothschild, Louis P., & 

Co. 
♦Rothschild, Mrs. VTm. 
Rubenstein. Helena 
Rubin, Edward 
Rubin, Hyman 
Sachs, Harry 
Sachs, Leo B., Co., Inc. 
Sachs, Samuel 
Sachs, Mrs. Samuel 
Sadowsky, Max L. 
Saks, Isadore 
Salinger, Edgar-Derosa 

Corp. 
Salmanson, S., & Co. 
Salomon, Herbert 
♦♦Salomon, Wm. 
Salomons, Henry 
Salzer, N. D. 
♦Samler, Louis 
Sampeek Clothes, Inc. 
Samuels, Donald L. 
Sand, Siegmund 
Sanger, Isaac 
Schainman, H. 
Scheiner, Jacob 
Scheuer, Sidney 
Schiff, Isaac 
♦♦Schiff, Jacob H. 
Schiff, Mrs. Jacob H. 
Schiff, Mortimer L. 
Schloss. Henry 
Schoenfeld, David 
Schoenfeld. Mrs. David 
Schram. Mrs. Sophie 
Seasongood, A. .1. 
Seasongood, Mrs. Chas. 
Seidman, George I. 
♦Selig, Charles 
Seligman, Mrs. De 

Witt J. 
Seligman, Mrs. Isaac 
Seligman, Jefferson 
Seltzer, Adele Szold 
Semel, Bernard 
Sessler, Mrs. B. 
Shapiro, David 



Sherlip, Samuel 
Shiman, David 
Shrier, Samuel 
Sicher, Dudley D. 
Sidenberg, Alfred H. 
♦♦Sidenberg, G. 

Sidenberg, Mr. and Mrs. 

Richard 
Sidenburg, J. W. 
Siegol, Abr. 
Siegel, Harry A. 
Siegel, M. S., & Co.. Inc. 
Silberstein. Abraham 
Silver, A. Robert 
Silverberg, Arthur 
Silverberg, Mrs. A. S. 
Silverman, Harold 
Simon, A. L. and L. L. 
Simon, Franklin 
Simon, Robert E. 
Sisterhood of Temple 

Israel 
Sloman, Max 
Sloss, A. M. 

Solomons. Harry, & Son 
Sommerich. Edwin 
Sondheim, Max 
Sonn, Henry, & Co., 

Inc. 
Sonn. Herbert H. 
Sonneborn, Moses S. 
Spellman. Louis E. 
Sperber, Ben 
Sperber, Jacob 
Sperling, Adolph 
Spiegelberg, Willi 
Springer, Miss Linda P. 
Stanfield, Theodore 
Stein, Doblin, & Co. 
Stein, .Jack 
Stein, Sigmund 
Steinam, Edw. S. 
Steinberg, .Joseph 
Steiner Bros. 
Steiner, Mrs. B. 
Steiner, David 
Steiner, .Joseph 
Steiner, Sam S. 
Steiner, Mrs. Sigfried 
Steinfeld, Waldo E. 
Steinweg, A. L., & Co., 

Inc. 
Stern, Abe 
Stern, Albert 
Stern, Mrs. Belle 

Sylvester 
Stern. Bent 
Stern, Edwin H. 
Stern. Herbert 
Stern, Leopold 
Stern. Mever 
Stern, N. .J. 
Stern, Dr. Xathan 
Stern, S. Sidney 
Stewart Silk Co.. Inc. 
Stiefel. Mrs. Samuel 
Stieglltz, Albert 
Stone & Grojiper. Inc. 
Stone, Nathan H. 
Stone. S. H. 
Strasburger. Irwin 
Strasser. W, W. 
Strassman, M. 
Straus, Harry H. 
Straus, Hugh Grant 
♦Straus, Lionel F. 
Straus, Percy S. 
Strauss, Charles 
Strauss, David R. 
Strauss, Leon 



Strauss, Louis. & Son 
Strauss, Martin 
Strauss, Mrs. Martin 
Stroock, .Joseph 
Stroock, Mrs. I'auline S. 
Stroock, Robert Louis 
Stroock, Sylvan I. 
Strouse. Mrs. Hennie 
Sulke, J. M. 
Sulzberger, Arthur 

Hays 
Sulzberger, Cyrus L. 
Summerfield, S. E. 
Sussman. Charles M. 
♦♦Swaab, M. M., Jr. 
Swope, J. L. 
Sylvester, James 
Tausick & Co., Inc. 
Teague, Frank J, 
Temple Beth-El 
Tenenbaum, J., & Sons 
Toch, Mr. and Mrs.' 

Henry M- 
Toeh, Maximilian 
Trager, J. Garfield 
Trivers, Ted 
Trotteur Hat Co. 
Tumpson, Geo. 
Turin Leather Goods Co. 
Udell, Max 
Uhry, Lucien 
Uhry, Moise 
Ullman, Mrs. Julius L. 
Ullman, M. 
L'lmann. Carl J. 
Unger, Mrs. Herman J. 
United Auto Trunk Co., 

Inc. 
Unterberg. Israel 
Veit, B. 
Veit, Bertram 
Vogel, Leon 
A^orhaus, Louis J. 
Voss, Morris 
Wallach, Abraham 
Wallach, Moses 
Waller, Jerome 
Wallerstein, Leo 
Wallerstein, Max 
♦Warburg, Felix M. 
♦Warburg. Paul M. 
Warner Bros. Co. 
Warner, Truly 
Warschauer, I., & Co. 
Weil, Dr. Isaac 
Weil, Jesse 
Weil, Jules, Ine. 
Weinberg, Sidney J. 
Weingarten Bros. 
Weisman, Morris A. 
Weiss, J. S. 
Weiss, S. J. 
Weiss, Stanley 
Weitzer, H., Sons, Inc. 
Wertheim, Albert 
♦♦Wertheim, Jacob 
White. Morris 
Whiting & Davis Co. 
Wie.^er, Wm. E., Inc. 
Wilcox, Geo. W. 
Wilkin & Adler. Inc. 
Wilheim, William 
Williams, Mr. 
Willstatter, Alfred 
Wimpfheimer, Chas. A. 
Wimpfheimer, Clarence 

A. 
Winburn, Jesse 
Winkler, Eli 
Wise, Rabbi Stephen S. 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



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59 



Wolfe, Gen. S. Herbert 

Wolt, Alfred M. 

Wolf, Paul 

Wolf, Ralph 
♦WoUmau, Henry 
♦♦WoUman, Morton 
♦Wollman. \Vm. J. 
♦Woolf, Morris 1j. 

Worms, Sidney 

Wormser, Moritz 

Zeckendorf, Louis 

Zimmerman, K. 

Zucker, Arthur A. 

Zucker, Samuel 

Niagara Falls 

Arnson, M. 
Oppenheim, Max M. 
*Silberberg 

Miss Bertha 
♦Silberberg Bros. 
Silberberg, 

Miss Fannie ,1. 
Silberberg, G. J. 
♦Silberberg, Isaac L. 
Silberberg, Louis S. 
Silberberg, Moses L 

(in memoriam) 
Stupski, Julius 
Temple Beth-El 

Sisterhood 
Weil, Abraham 



Olean 

Marcus, H. W. 

Piatt sburgh 

Mendelsohn, Julius 

Rochester 

Adler, Isaac 
Adler, Mortimer 
August, Leo 
Bakrow, J. A. 
Bakrow, Mrs. J. J. 
Barth, F. I. 
Benjamin, Morris H. 
Black, A. W. 
Black, L. 
Cauffman Family 
Cohen, Herman C. 
Cohen, Hyman J. 
Cohen, J., Sou Co. 
Cohn, H. C. 
Cohn, Herman M. 
Feinstein & Potter 
Forman, B. 
Frankel, Chas. 
Frankel, Louis 
Garson, Elmer J. 
Garson, Mrs. J. L. 
Goldman, Hyman 
Goldsmith, Leon 
Goldstein, R., & Sons 
Goodman, A. 
Gordon, M. 
Greenhouse, S. H. 

Griesheimer, F. M. 

Griesheimer, L. 

Gugenheimer, H. L. 

Hart, Leo 

Heilbrunn, J., & Sons 

Hickev-Freeman C. 

Katz, Mrs. Abraham J, 

Kirstein, Henry E. 

Kleinberger, Leon 

Klonick, Harry 

Leiter, Harry F. 

Levi, Herman 

Levy Bros. & Adler 



Levy, H. I. 
Levy, Jacob 
♦♦Lowenthal, Max. 
Lowenthal, 

Max, & Sons 
Marks & Abramson 
Metzger, Leon H. 
Metzger, S. 
Meyer, Chas. A. 
Meyers, Jacque L. 
Meyers, M. M. 
Meyers, Walter S. 
♦Michaels, Joseph 
Miller, Wm. 
Present, Emanuel 
Present, Morris 
Present. Philip 
Ring, S. L. 
Rosenberg, Edward 
Rosenberg, Mrs. Herman 
Rosenbloom, Mrs. Anna 
Rosenthal, Jos. W. 

Savage, S. H. 

Stein, Rudolph 
♦Stein, Simon N. 

Stern, Chas. 

Stern, Henry M. 

Stern, Morley A. 

Strouse, D. B. 

Thalheimer, J. 

Weil, S. M. 

Wiener, Mrs. Jacob 

Wile, Mrs. Carrie 

Wile, Julius M. 

Wile, M. B. 

Wile, Sol. 

Zerubbabel Lodge 53, 
I. O. B. B. 

Saranac Lake 

Feustman, Maurice M. 

Scars dale 

Bloomingdale, Lewis M. 

Schenectady 

Lichtenberg, Chester 

Syracuse 

Federation of Jewish 

Philanthropies 
Holstein, A. M. 
Levy, T. Aaron 
Sporborg, W. L. 

Tarrytown 

Halle, Mrs. Jacques S. 



Troy 

United Hebrew 
Charities 

Tuckahoe 

Shiman, Abe 
Watertown 

Ellis, H. 
White Plains 

Council Jewish Women 
Dreyer, S. 
Lowenstein, Gus. 

Woodbridge 

Council Jewish Women 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Asheville 

Argintar, Sender 



Blomberg, S. I. 



Blumborg, L. 
Fater, D. H. 
Flnkelstein, H. L. 
Levitt, M. 
Lipinsky, M. 
Long, Mrs. D. 
Lowenbein, Julius 
Meyers, Morris 
Michalove, S. H. 
Silverman, Al. 
Zagier, R. B. 

Charlotte 

Berger, Manuel 
Blumenthal, M. 
Council Jewish Women 
Davis, B. 
Falk, Ferd 
Frohman, Paul 
Gross, H. 
Hayman, Felix 
Hayman, Henry 
Harris, Moe 
Hecht, Edw. 
Hirsch, David I. 
Jaffe, B. 
Kahn, Mrs. L. 
Katz, I. 
Levin, S. 
Lipinsky, Louis 
Malever, Mrs. R. 
Miller, J. 

Perry, M. B. 

Schwartz, I. 

Schwartz, Sam 

Silverstein, B. 

Simko, R. 

Smith, Benj. 

Senner, S. 

Durham 

Freedman, D. 
Gladstein, L. 
Rapport, S. 
Rosenstein, Dr. N. 
Saurlowsky, S. 
Siegel Bros. 
Wilson, Chas, 

Gastonia 

Lebovitz, D. 

Goldsboro 

Berks, Dr. Edward 
Cohn, Max 
Cohen, Siegfried 
Edwards, Mrs. Ashur A. 
Edwards, N. .T. 
Epstein, M. M. 
Heilig, W. A. 
Isaacs, Mrs. Joseph 
Isaacs, Sol. 
Joseph, A. A. 
Meyers, J. M. 
Sherman, M. 
Shrago, M. M., & Sons 
♦Weil, Mrs. Henry 
Weil, Leslie 
Weil, Mrs. SoL 

Greensboro 

Berling, Phillip D. 
Block, M. E. 
Cohen, Ned W. 
Cone, Benjamin 
Cone, Bernard M. 
Cone, Mrs. Caesar 
Cone, Herman 
Cone, Julius W. 
Fleisher, Harry 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



60 



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Goldstein, J. 
Herman, A. 
Isaacson, I. 
Kaplan, Mrs. A. W. 
Klein, Jos. 
Oettinger, J. R. and 

B. M. 
Saslow, B. G. 
Sctiiffman, A. 
Scliiffman Jewelry Co. 
Schitfuian, S. 
Stadiem, Mrs. B. 
Stadium, Morris 
Stern, S. J. 
*Sternberger, Mrs. E. 
Sternberger, M. 
Sternberger, Sigmimd 
Sussman. Jacob 
Temko, Max 

Henderson ville 

Brenner, N. 
Cooley Bros. 
Kalen, Sam 
Kantrowitz, A. 
Lewis, A. 
Patterson, H. 
Shearman, Louis 

High Point 

Bernard, A. 
Rones, Max 
Samat, Mrs. Max 
Sliavitz, Sam 
Silver, N. H. 
Wagger, Mrs. Sara 

Kinston 

Adler Bros. 
Foxman, B. 
Oettinger Bros. 
Oettinger, E. R. 
Pliseo, J. 
Stadiem, H. 
Vatz, J. 

I.ibert.v 

Liberty Chair Co. 

Xew Bern 

Bloch, A. 
Cohen, H. 
Cohn, Leon 
Goldman, M. 
Howard, H. 
.Jacobs, M. S. 
Kahn. Mrs. H. 
Lipman, Joe 
Lipman, S., & Son 

Raleigrh 

Aaronson, B. S. 
Berwanger, S. 
Cohen, Louis 
Cohen, M. 
Dworsky Bros. 
Fineberg, Rabbi Howard 
Goodman, O. 
Kaplan, Harry C. 
Lazarus, G. 
Levine, Mrs. L. 
Levy, A. 
Levy, Simon 
Rosenthal, Herbert 
Samuels, Levi 
Samuels, Louis 

Salisbury- 
Wallace, v., & Son 



Statesville 

Harrison, .Jos. L. 
Hoffman. Mrs. J. H. 
Temijle Sisterhood 
Wallace, Gordon 
^^'aIlace, Herman 
Wallace, Isidore 
AVallace, Sig. 
Wallace, AVm. 

Wilmington 

Bear, Samuel, Sr., & 

Sons 
Bluethenthal, Herbert 
Bluetlienthal, Mrs. 

Herbert 
Bluethenthal, L. 
Dannenbaum, G. 
David, E. E. 
Finkelstein, Chas. 
Hahn, Mrs. Fannie B. 
Jacobi, M. W. 
Solomon, Albert 
Solomon, B. 
Stein, L. 
Warshauer, Max 

Wilson 

Swartz, Benj. 
Winston-Salem 

Cohen, Mrs. Dave 

Cehen, H. L. 

Cohen, M. S. 

Cohen, Philip 

Cohn. A. 

Eisenberg, I. 

Harris, 'Nathan 

Horwitz, M. > 

Katzin, E. 

Katzin. S. 

Kretman, S. 

Levin, Louis 

Radin. G. 

Rosenbacher & Bro. 

Shlut, M. 

Simonitz. S. 

Sosnik, I. 

Sosnik, N. 

Sosnik & Sosnik 

Teichnian, M. 

Tobras, S. 

Trachtenberg, S. 

Wainer, M. A. 

Young, J. L. 

NORTH DAKOTA 

Fargo 

Stern, Sam 
Jamestown 

Beck, Morris 

OHIO 
Akron 

Akron Furniture Co. 
Alexander, Rabbi David 
Bernstein, M. A. 
Council Jewish Women 
Dauby, Jerome 
Federman, L. G. 
Perbstein, H. 
Freeman, Dr. S. J. 
Freiberg, Louis D. 
Goldsmith, Sol M. 
Hirsh, Edward 
Hirsh, Mrs. Geo. 
Jewish Social Service 
Federation 



Leopold, H. E. 
Loeb, Louis 
Morgenroth, Abe L. 
Morgenroth. Dr. S. 
Nobil, George B. 
Nobil, I. B. 
Nobil, J. 
Nobil, M. 
Ostrov, Louis 
Polsky, B. A. 
Polsky, H. O. 
Schwartz, Chas. E. 
Tuholske, Dr. M. C. 
Vinebei'g, J. H. 
Whitelaw, J., & Sons 

Bellaire 

Blum, Mrs. Henry 
Blum, Isaac 
Blum, Jos. 
Blum, Melville 
Blum, Sylvan 
Fink, Al 
Freedmen, Louis 
Harris, I. 
Harris, M. H. 
Hirsch, M. 
Hub, The 
Kapner, Ben. 
Kapner, Thos. 
Ladies' Auxiliary Soc'y 
Levy, Morton 
Lubalsky, J. S. 
Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. 

Alfred 
Mendelson. Hyman L. 
Sous of Israel 

Congregation 
Weiii. .'lulius 
Weizer, Mrs. Wm. 

Bluffton 

Wise Bros. 

Canton 

Baer, L. A. and E. I. 
Cohen, Miss Dorothy 
Erlanger Dry Goods Co. 
Erlanger, AVm., Sr. 
Feldman, Jonas 
Pischgrund, Simon 
Fisher, .Jos. E. 
Globe Furniture & 

Carpet Co. 
Hirsheimer Bros. Co. 
Kaven, Louis 
Lavin, Harry, & Sons 
Lefkovitz, I. 
Livingston, D. B. 
Livingston, S. M. 
Luntz & Rusner 
Mann, Harry S. 
Mann, Henry 
Matin, Lawrence 
Mann, Phil 
Margolies, Mayer E. 
Oscar, A. L. 
Sachs, M. M. 
Seitner, D. 
Stern, Karl 
Stern, Miss Mary 
Stern, Mrs. Max 
Temple Sisterhood 
Toronski, Sol 
United Iron & Metal Co. 
Weintraub. Chas. S. 
Wolff, Ludwig 

Cincinnati 

Abraham, Chas. 



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61 



Abraham, Mrs. Victor 
Ac'h, Samuel 
Adlei', Eugene 
Adler, Ferd. 
Beckman, N. Henry 
Berman, Adolph 
Berman, Oscar 
Bernard, J. L. 
Bernheim, I. W. 
Bettman. Irwin M. 
Bing, Ben M. 
Bing, Mrs. I. M. 
Bloch, Ben 
Bloch, Herbert R. 
Bloch, Jacob 
Block, Jos. E. 
•Block, Samuel 
Bloom Bros. 
Bowman, A. L. 
Brown, B. 
Cincinnati Lodge 4, 

I. O. B. B. 
Cohen, Alfred M. 
Cohen, Abraham E. . 
Co wen, Wm. C. 
Cronbach, Abraham 
District Grand Lodge 2, 

I. O. B. B. 
Eichberg, Harry 
Englander, I. 
♦Fechheimer, S. Marcus 
Fechheimer, S. T. 
Peichheimer, Simon 
Feibelman, Mrs. Rose 
Feldman, Leo M. 
Fox, Mrs. Sol 
Frankel, Irving I. 
Freiberg, Dr. Albert H. 
Freiberg, Bernhard 
Freiberg, Harry A. 
Freiberg, J. Arthur 
Freiberg, Maurice J. 
Freiberg, Sidney J. 
Freiberg, Sigmund 
Friedlander, Edgar 
Fries, Mrs. Gus R. 
Goldsmith, Edgar J. 
Goldsmith, Hugo 
Goldsmith, Mrs. Hugo 
Goldsmith, Oscar 
Guggenheim, Eli 
Guggenheim, Jack A. 
Gugenheim, Max M. 
Guthman, F. B. 
♦♦Heinsheimer, Edward L. 
Heldman, Jacob 
Heldman, Morton J. 
Heldman, N. J. 
Henrj', George 
Hessberg, Mrs. Daniel 
Hilb & Bauer 
Huttenbauer, Emil 
Huttenbauer, Sam 
Iglauer, Chas. S. 
Isaac, Morris, & Co, 
Isaacs, Ike 
Israel, Chas. 
Jonap, Alfred M. 
Jonap, Henry 
. *Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. 
Arthur 
Joseph, Jacob 
Joseph, Leopold 
♦Joseph, Maurice 
Joseph, Mrs. Minnie B. 
Kahn, B., Sons Co. 
Kahn, Myron 
Kahn, Nathan 
Kaufman, Lee 
Klein, Joseph D. 



•♦Klein, Samuel 
Krohn, Irwin M. 
Lazarus, Joseph 
Lazarus, Louis 
Lehman, Samuel 
♦Levy, Harry M. 
Lichtenstein Bros. 
Liebman, Al. J. 
Liebuian, D. L. 
Ijiviugston, H. S. 
Longini, Sol 
Lowe, Joseph 
♦Lowman, Leo J. 
Mack, Edgar J. 
Mack, Jacob W. 
Mack, Millard W. 
Marks, Leslie V. 
Marks, Sol H. 
Marx, Mrs. Millie K. 
May, Chas. B. 
RLayer, Mrs. L. 
Mayer, Saml. 
♦Meis, Henry 
Meiss, Harry 
Meiss, Leon 
Meyer, S. R. 
Miller, E. L. 
Miller, Mrs. E. L. 
Miller, I. L. 
Mills, Sidney F. 
Myers, Abe 
Oettinger, Herbert C. 
Oettinger, Mrs. Myer 
Orton, J. Robert 
Phillips, Godfrey J. 
Plant, Aaron 
Pollak, Emil 
Pritz, Carl E. 
Pritz, Sidney E. 
Reins, Isidore 
♦Reiter, A. 
Rheinstrom, James A. 
Rheinstrom, 

Sigmund Estate 
Rockdale Ave. Temple 

Sisterhood 
Rosenberg, Max 

Rosenthal. Chas. H. 
Rosenthal, Mrs. David 
Rosenthal, Samuel 

Rosenthal, Wm. H. 

Rothschild, Lester 

Rouda, L. M. 
♦♦Sachs, Mrs. Rosa F. 

Samuels, Mrs. Seymour 

Schwartz, G. 

Seasongood, Murray 

Seasongood, Philip L. 

Segal, Daniel 
♦Seinsheimer, Mrs. 
Henry A. 

Seinsheimer, Louis A. 

Seinsheimer, Mrs. 
Samuel 

Senior, Edward 

Senior, Robert M. 

Shohl, Chas. 

Simon, S. 

Smith, Mrs. J. J. 

Springer, Dr. Alfred 

Springer, Dr. Alfred, Jr. 

Spritz, Chas. S. 

Stark, Dr. Sigmar 

Stein, Hugo 

Stern, Max 

Stern, Wm., in 
memoriam 

Stix, Mrs. Fanny 

Straus, Alfred 1. 

Straus, David 



Straus, Isaac S. 
Straus, Robert 
Straus, Samuel 
Straus, Stanley M. 
Strauss, Morris 
♦♦Sturm, Simon 
Trager, I. Newton 
Trounstine, Victor 
Ullman, Louis 
Waldiier, Adolph 
Weil, Max H. 
Westheimer, David F. 
Westheimor, Leo F. 
Westheimer, Morris F. 
Wolf, Sam 
Wolfstein, Jesse N. 
Wyler, Mrs. Isaac A. 

Cleveland 

Affelder, H. F. 
Anisfield, Jolin 
Anthony, J. M. 
Baker, E. M. 
Bamberger, D. R. 
Bamberger, Gus 
Bamberger-Reinthal Co. 
Baum, E. 
Baumoel, Morris 
Bayer, W. S. 
Beckman, Henry A. 
Beitmau, A. B. 
Benesch, Alfred A. 
Berne, H. C. 
I'.erne. Marx 
Bernstein, Adolph E. 
Bialosky, A. J. 
Bialosky Bros. & Co. 
Bialosky, Harry 
Bialosky, Isaac 
Bialosky, S. J. 
Bing, Louis S., Jr. 
Bing, Mrs. Louis S. 
Bloom, A. J. 
Blywise, E. H. 
Brock, J. 
Brown, M. V. 
Brown, S. Z. 
Buchman, Alex. M. 
Cleveland Iron & Metal 

Co. 
Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. 
Myron A. 

Cohen, Wm. B. 

Cohn, Albert A. 

Crystal Bros. Co. 

Dauby, N. L. 

Daughters of Israel 
Lodge No. 1 

De Kaiser, Jacob 

Deutsch, A. S. 

Deutsch, Julius W. 

Deutsch, Raymond 

Dworken, M. 

Eckhouse, W. 

Einstein, Mrs. Jacob L. 

Einstein, Paul 

Eisenman, Mrs. Chas. 

Englander, A. L. 

Farber, A. J. 

Feierstein, H. 

Feiss, Geo. J. 

Feiss, Julius 

Feiss, Mr. and Mrs. 
Richard A. 

Felber, T. L. 

Fishel, Max S. 

Flatau, Louis 

Porchheimer, B. 

Forchheimer. Carl 

Fox, Harry K. 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



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Frankel, Joseph 

Frelberger, I. F. 

Friedman, A. 

Friedman-Blau-Farber 
Co., The 

Friedman Bros. & Co. 

Friedman, Max 

Fryer, Julius 

Galvin, J. N. and L. 

Gardner, A. G. 

Gardner, Maurice M. 

Garson, I. J. 

Geismer, E. L. 

Geltman, Judge 
Herman 

Gliek, Harry F. 

Glick, Mrs. Jacob 

Goldhamer, S. 

Goldsmith, Clarence I. 

Goldsmith, Herman S. 

Goldstein, M. B. 

Goldstein, M. L. 

Goodman, Louis 

Goodman, Max P. 

Goodman, Nathan N. 

Gordon, B. D. 

Gottdiener, H. 

Gottfried & Silber 

Goulder, H. G. 

Green, A. S. 

Green, I. H. 

Green, J. H. 

Green, Saul 

Greenbaum, Wm. 

Green-Haas-Schwartz 
Co. 

Gries, Mrs. Moses J. 

Gross, Anton F. 

Gross, J. S. 

Gross, Louis N. 

Gross, Saml. 
♦Gross, Sam M. 

Grossman, Isador 

Grossman, Louis J. 

Haas, B. B. 

Haas, Mrs. I. G. 

Haas, M. S. 

Haas, Mrs. M. S. 

Haas, W. M. 

Haber, Ben 

Haber, Dr. D. C. 

Haber, Moe W. 

Haberman, B. 

Hahn, Aaron 

Hahn, E. A. 

Halle, Arthur J. 
♦Halle, Eugene S. 

Halle, Mrs. Juda L. 
♦Halle, Mrs. Manuel 

Halle, Morris N. 

Halle, Salmon P. 

Harburger, Ralph 

Hart, Albert J. 

Hart, David 

Hartman, Sam 

Hays, Clarence J. 

Hays, Mrs. Delia 

Hays, Eugene K. 

Hays, Mrs. Nora 

Heiman, J. H. 

Heiser, E. "W. 

Helper, M. W. 

Henle, L. 

Herzog, Mr. and Mrs. S. 

Hexter, Kaufman W. 

Hexter, S. M. 

Icove, A. E. 

Icove, v. B. 

Iglauer, Jay 

Joseph, H. J. 



Joseph, Isaac 

Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. 
Isaac 

Joseph, Ralph 

Kammer, Jos. 

Kane, L. J. 

Kangesser, H. A. 

Kastriner, M. W. 

Katz, B. M. 

Kaufman, H. 

Keller, Adolph 

Keller, Bert 

Keller, Gus 

Keller, Wm. A. 

Kichler, L. A. 

Klefeld, Julius 

Klein, A. S. 

Klein, Henry F. 

Klivans, Allen 

Klivans, Lewis O. 

Koblitz, Harry 

Koblitz, Lawrence B. 

Kohn, Mrs. Carrie 

Kohn, Herman 

Kohn, J. B. 

Kohn, J. W. 

Kohn, Milton S. 

Kohn, Richard H. 

Kohn, S., & Sons 

Korach, Joseph 

Korach, Sigmund 

Krall, Joseph I. 

Kramer, A. D. 

Krause & Biederman 

Krohngold Shoe Co. 

Kyman Bros. Co. 

Lampl, Jack 

Landau, B. J. 

Lavetter, Ben J. 

Lazarus, M. B. 

Levi, Max 

Levy, Albert D. 

Levy, Mrs. Bertha 

Levy, Edward Co. 

Levy, Mrs. S. S. 

Lichtenstader, S. J. 

Liebenthal. Howard 

Loeser. Nathan 

Lowenstein, Ben. 

Maher. Mrs. B. 

Margolin, I. 

Marks. H. A. 

Marks. Mrs. Martin A. 

Maschke, Maurice 

Mayer. J. E. 

Mechalovitz, S. 

Mendelson, L. R. 

Messing, A. W. 

Miller. Chas. S. 

Miller, Lester 

Miller. Sam 

Miller. S. H. 

Modern Tailoring Co. 

Moss, Herman 

Myers, Max 

Nathan, Walter 

New, Benj. 

New, Mrs. Harry 

Newman. A. I. 

Norberg. Mrs. R. C. 

Oppenheim, L. G. 

Gzer. Max M. 
♦Peskinrt, Dr. Arnold 
*Peskincl, Dr. Ben 
♦Peskind, Dr. Samuel 
♦Peskind, Sol. 

Pollock, .Tuliiis 

PoUter, Mr. and Mrs. 
Edw. I. 

Reder, Jake 



Reed, Milton E. 

Regar, Joseph 

Regar, Nathan 

Reinthal, Arthur J. 

Reinthal, Sol. 

Rice, P.erdie H. 

Rice, Myron W. 

Rich, Ben 

Rich, L. M. 
.RIch-Sampliner Co. 

Richman Bros. 

Richman, H. C. 

Richman, N. G. 

Rickersberg, E. 

Rivitz. Hiram S. 

Robbins, Harry 

Rohrheimer, Maurice 

Rorimer, Louis 

Rosen, Herman 

Rosenberg, Casper 

Rosenbaum, Max 

Rosenfeld, Lina 

Rosenfeld, M. C. 

Rosenfeld, Ralph H. 

Rosenthal. Mrs. Saml. S. 

Rothschild, J. 

Rotter, Mrs. A. 

Rotter, David L. 

Runner, Sam 

Sachs, A. 

Sampliner, S. S. 

Sanders. S. S. 

Sands, Garry 

Schaffner, Leon 

Schaffner, Morris G. 

Schaffner. Nate 

Schloss, J. H. 

Schloss, Sidney P. 

Schreiber & Wallach 

Schultz, Edward 

Schwartz, E. E. 

Schwarz. Miss Delia 
♦Schwarzenberg, E. A. 

Schwarzenberg, L. H. 

Schwenger, S. J. 

Seasongood, Mrs. Alfred 

Selman, Herman 

Selman & Benjamin 

Shanman, M. D. 

Shaw, A. 

Schlesinger, H. 

Shlesinger, Sig. 

Silberman, S. 

Silver, Ben 
♦Silver, Mrs. M. T. 
♦Simon, Harry 

Simon, M. & D. 

Skall, Aaron 

Skall, A. H. 

Skall, David G. 

Solomon. Jesse F. 

Speer, M. 

Sperling. E. 

Spira. Henry 

Spira, Sig 

Spitz. Frank 

Stearn, Louis 

Stearn, Sidney 

Stecher, Sam 

Steiner. Theo. 

Stern, A. L. 

Stone, Beniamin H. 

Stone, D. B. 

Stone, Harry 

Stone, I. N. 

Stone. M. C. 

Stone, Walter E. 

Stone, Wm. E. 

Stotter, I. J. 

Straus, Aaron 



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Stranss, Dr. A. 

Strauss, H. M. 
•Sunshine, C. K. 

Swirsky Bros. 

Thorman. S. A. 

Tilles, Chas. 

Tilles, Samuel B. 

Treuhaft, AVm. 

ininian, Monroe A. 

Ulmer, S., & Sons 

Ulmer, W. L. 

Ulnier & Berne 

Vogel, Joseph C. 

Wagner, J. 

Weil, Mrs. Bessie 

AYeil. E. S. 

"Weil, Samuel D. 

AVeil, Sidney L. 

Weil, Walter M. 

Weiskopf, J. 

AVeiss, H., & Co. 

Weitz, J. D. 
♦Wise, Samuel D. 

Wise, Y. L. 

Wolf, Eugene E. 

Wolf, L. J. 

Wolin, Louis A. 

Wolpow, J. 

AA'uliger. Frank 

Zinner. D. J. 

Columbus 

*B'nai Israel Sisterhood 

Priedberg, Samuel 

Gundersheimer, Allen 

Herzberg, Max L. 

Jewish AVelfare 
Federation 
♦♦Lazarus, Fred 
♦Lazarus, Mrs. Fred. 

Lazarus, Jeffry 
♦Lazarus, Ralph 

Luchs, Albert 
♦Miller, Leopold 

Schonthal, Jos. 

♦Zion Lodge 62, 

I. O. B. B. 

Dayton 

Aeh, F. J. 
Bilenkin, Harry 
Bilenkin, Mose 
Cohn, Harry E. 
Daneman, Mrs. Jacob 
Daneman, Mrs. Samuel 
Eisenberger, Isaac 
Eschol Lodge 55, 

I. O. B. B. 
Frankel, Max 
Goldberg, J. H. 
Goldzurg, A. M. 
Goldzurg, Saul 
Jacobs, Harry J. 
Jacobs, Jesse 
Jewish Federation for 

Social Service 
Lehman, G.. & Sons 
Lehman. Harry 
Levy, Myron D. 
• Marcus, M. 
Margolis, J. H. 
Margolis, 

Mrs. Mildred B. 
Margolis, M. K. 
Office, Leon R. 
Office, Louis P. 
Osness, Dr. A. W. 
Rosenthal, Chas. H. 
Rosenthal, Sarah 
Rothenberg, Sim. 



Sanders, Nathan 
Siegle, J. 
Spaur, B. A. 
Sussman, Max 
Thai, Joe 
Yassenoff, Sol 

Delaware 

Greenberg-Miller Co. 

East Liverpool 

Erlanger, Wm., Jr. 



Goldsmith. G. M. 
Hamilton Sisterhood 
Jacobs, Est. of Aaron 
Kahn, Albert M. 
Kahn, Bertrand B. 
Kahn, David F. 
Kahn, Lazard 
Kahn, Lucian L. 
Nowman, Albert 
Strauss, Ben 
Strauss, Max 
Wolf, Jos. 

Marion 

Council Jewish Women 
Massillon 

Bloomberg. H. A. 
North Canton 

Hoover Co. 
Norwood 

Appel, Abe 
Piqua 

Anthe Emeth Cong. 
Flesh, Mrs. Henry 
Louis, Raphael 
Louis. Rose 
Piqua Paper Box Co. 
Temple Sisterhood 
Wolf, Mrs. Sette 

Portsmouth 

Portsmouth Lodge No. 
840, I. O. B. B. 

Sandusky 

Kaplan, Samuel 
Springfield 

Altshul, Samuel 
Council Jewish Women 
Dahlgren, C. E. 
Ebner Sons Co. 
Jacobs, Julius J. 
Jaffa, S. J. 
Kleeman, Max L. 
Kleeman. Walter B. 
LeBolt, Gus 
LeBolt, Sophia K, 
Levy, Harry L. 
Nathan. Robert 
Rosenfleld. Percy H. 
Sanders, M. N. 
Salzer, Gus & Henry 
Salzer, Gus M., & Bro. 

Stenbenville 

Brown, I. 
Sulzbacher, Isidor 

Toledo 

Blank. I. H. 
Calisch, Sol. R. 



Cohen, Manuel R. 
Fain, Ben 
Goldmann, Ed 
Green, B. M. 
Kobacker, .Tos. I. 
Kobacker, Morris 
Landman, Dr. Otto 
Lempert, M. H. 
Miller, AVm. A. 
Mittenthal, Mrs. 

Jennie D. 
Netzorg, L. Z. 
Shomer Emoonim 

Sabbath School 

Warren 

Robins, Danl. 

Wooster 

Amster, Nick 

Yonngstown 

Bachman. Lee 
Bloom, Chas. 
Bloom-Rosenblum- 

Klein Co. 
Bolotin & Drabkin 
Burger, L. B. 
Cahn, Ralph N. 
Cosel, Wm. 
Deitchman, Dr. L. S. 
Dreyfus, Marcel 
Ephraim, Charles 
Frankle, Mrs. A. M. 
Frankle, M. 
Friedman, Jos. 
Friedman, M. B. 
Gerstle, Roy A. 
Goldberg Bros. 
Goldstein, D. and M. 
Goldstein, Henry 
Grossman, H. L. 
Grossman, Family of 

Dr. J. B. 
Guthman, Mrs. Leo 
Hain, Mrs. 
Hartzell, Edgar M. 
Hartzell, Isaac 
Hartzell, N. M. 
Hartzell, Roy L. 
Hartzell, Dr. Sol. M. 

Hirshberg, B. 

Isenberg, B. R. 
Jonas. Jay Emil and 

Edwin R.. Jr. 
Kahn, Gustavo 

Kahn, Julius 

Kamenitsky, A. 

Katz, Herman 

Kirsch, Charles 

Klafter & Sauber 

Klivans, I. 

Klivans, Jacob 

Knight & Gluck 

Kramer, B. 

Levinson, Harry 

Livingston, Chas., Sons 

Lustig, Bert 

Lyman. Dr. C. P.. 

Mahoning Lodge 339, 
I. O. B. B. 

Malkin, Morris 

Meyer, I. Harry 

Meyer, Jerold S. 

Moyer, Louis 

Moyer, Morris 

Oppenheimer, Jacob 

Ozersky Bros. 

Pollock. Monroe 

Prince, Bert H. 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



64 



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Pupkin, L. 
Randall. J. A. 
Regenstreich, L. 
Ritter, Herman C. 
Rosenbaum, Lee 
Rosenbaum, Louis 
Rosenbaum, M. J. 
Sedwitz, Dr. S. H. 
Sbagrin, Max 
SneTvind, J. L. 
Sniderman Bros. 
Spiegle, Walter 
Steiner. David 
Strouss, Clarence J. 
♦♦Theobald. Mrs. C. 
Weil, I. S. 
Weil, Mrs. I. S. 
Yarmy, S. J. 
Toungstown Benev. 
Association 

Zanesville 

Frank, L., & Sons Co. 

Gross, B. 

Jewish Women's Aid 

Society 
Lind, Sam E. 
Loeb, Adolph 
Rose, A. V. 
Starr, A. E.. Co. 
Weber, H.. Sons & Co. 
Wollner, A. 

OKLAHOMA 

Ardmore 

Westheimer & Daube 
Bartlesville 

May Bros. 
Blackwell 

Associated Jewish 
Charities 

Coalgate 

Vogel, I. and Sam 
Oklahoma City 
Engelsman, A. D. 
Herskowitz, 

Estate of Max 
Hoffman, H. R. 
Jewish Ladies' Aid 

Society 
Levy, I. B. 
Myer, Joseph 
Wolff, D. 

(In Memory of) 

Perry 

Lobsitz, James 
Sapulpa 

Katz, A. J. 
Tnlsa 

Council Jewish Women 

Jankowsky, Simon 

OREGON 

Portland 

Berg, Chas. F. 
Beth Israel 
Sisterhood 
Ehrman, Edward 
Hirsch, Max S. 
Kraemer, Otto J. 



Lewis, H. E. 
Lowengart, I. 
Lowengart, P. 
Meier & Prank Co. 
Xeuberger, I. 
Portland Lodge 65, 

I. O. B. B. 
Seller, F. M. 
Seller, 

Mrs. Frederick M. 
♦Selling, Ben 
Shemanski, Joseph 
Simon, Joseph 
Swett, Z. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Allentown 

Block, Harry C. 

Brone, S. S. 

Butz. Reuben J. 

Cohen, Abraham 

Denison, L. 

Friedman Bros. 

Gaiman, J. 

Galansky, Jacob 

Gangewere, W. H. 

Getz, Harry A. 

Getz, Mrs. Sarah 
♦Groman, 

.Judge Clinton A. 

Haltzel, Henry S. 

Heinz, Frank 

Herrman, S. M. 

Hess, Charles 
♦*Hess, Max 

Hoffman, Solomon 

.Tudas, J. 

Kins, David 
♦Kline, Chas. 
♦Kline. Mrs. Chas. 

Leonard, .Joseph 

Mondel, Abe 

Nathan, Robt. R. 
♦Philips. Isaac 

Rockmaker, A. 

Rackmaker, H. 

Rosenberg, Benj. 

Royal Mfg. Co. 

Royal Wholesale Co. 

Samuels, Mrs. A. 

Schaadt, Bequest of 
.James L. 

Schwartz, M. 

Silverstein, .1. 

Sisterliood of 
Keneseth Israel 

Sontag. Jacob 

Travlor, S. W. 

Trexler, Gen. H. C. 

Trichler Bros. 

Young, Col. E. M. 

Altoona 

Arnstein, M. 
♦Cohn, B. 
Federation of .Jewish 

Philanthropies 
Leopold, B. 
Scheeline, Isaiah 

Ambler 

Keesbey & Mattison Co. 



Autocar Co. 
Rossmassler, 
Mrs. Richard 



Bala 

Scott, Miss Florence B. 
Bangor 

Cohen, Harry 
Cohen, Kaplan 
Flory Milling Co. 
Poliner, Max 
Shulman, J. 
Weiss, Henry 

Beaver Falls 

Mann, Chas. 
Markson, Harry M. 
Salmon, M., & Son 
Solomon, Max 
Solomon, Moses 
Wasbutzky, L. 

Bentleyville 

Council Jewish Women 
Bethlehem 

Belein, J. 
Black, Morris 
Coleman, H. 
Coleman, H., & Sons 
Cornfed, Max 
Cristol Bros. 
Finkelstein, Max 
Friedman, 

Estate of Jos. 
Goodman, Ben. 
Goodman, Harry M. 
Hartman, John 
Kroope. Nathan 
Long, Robert 
Marcus, Louis 
Newman, H. 
Schmerin, .Jacob 
Sell, Anton 

Silverberg & Goldberg 
Stone, Frank 
Strauss, Sol., Est. 
Strauss, Wm. 
Weisenberg, Mrs. Henry 
Weisenberg, Henry 

Bloomsburg: 

Lowenberg, D. 
Braddock 

Braddock Lodge 516, 
I. O. L. B. 

Bradford 

Berwald, Mrs. S. 
Council Jewish Women 
Kreinson, Louis J. 
Oppenheim, I. 
Schwalb, E. L. 
Siff, S. 
Silverberg, Alex 

Bryn Mavrr 

Collins, Henry H. 
Flagg, 

Mrs. Stanley G., Jr. 

Butler 

Berman, M. A. 

Council .Jewish Women 

Horwitz, Wm. 

Carbondale 

Apfelbaum, Edw. 
Berg, Martin 
Cohen, Mrs. R. 
Golden, Dr. Barnett 
Klein, Jos. 



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IN THE JOSEPH KBAUSKOPF LIBRARY 




A CLASS IN AGRICUIiTURAL CHEMISTRT 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



65 



Lauzer, R. 
Letzie, Harry. Co. 
Rosenblutb, Jos. 
Sabm, Miss MiUlroil 
Siuger, Isaac 
Stoue Silk Co. 
Wassenuan, A. 

Ciirllsle 

Berg, Cliarles 
Berg-, Miss Selma 
Blumentlial, M. 
Kroiienberg. W. anil K. 

Chester 

Adelman, S. H. 
Levy, Arcbie 
Levy, Bennett 
Levy, Moses 
Penn Ice Co. 
Rosenblatt, Herman 
Sbarpe, Dr. A. M. 
Tnrk, Simon 
Wolson, A. W. 

Coatesville 
Apfelbaum, A. 
Aronsohn, A. 
Aronsobn, Benj. 
Blecbman, S. 
Brauustein, Anna S. 
Cbertob, Myer 
Coben Bros. 
Goldberg, I. 
Huston, Cbas. L. 
Marcus, Mrs. J. 
Margolis, Morris 
Scbaul, Pbilip 
Spiro, Sam 
Tracbtenberg, L. 
Weiss, Philip B. 
Wiener, Israel 

Connellsville 

Aaron, M. 

Goldstone, Mrs. I. R. 
Kinsbursky, Jacob 
Oppenbeim, S. D. 
Sbrallow, Dr. R. 
Silberman, A. M. 

Conshohocken 

Wood, Miss Marion B. 

Danville 

Heim, Jos. 
Lowenstein, Marvin 

Donor a 

Hirscb, Harry 

Doylestown 

♦Bailey, Jobn S. 

Baker. Jos. 

Geil, Mrs. W. E. 
♦Rosenberger, H. B. 

Duquesne 

Gross, Samuel 

Easton 

Bergstein, A. 
Brieker, W. R. 
Brown, Julius 
Bugen, A. 
Bugen, LeAvis 
Coben. Israel 
Edelstein, A. 
Feinberg, Jacob 
Feinberg & Silversteln 



Goldman, Harry 
Goldman, I. 
GroUman Bros. 

Harvey, II. G. 
>Hocbman, I. B. 

Kabatcbnick, D. 

Kabn, Emanuel, Est. 

Kaplan, M. J. 

Kasofsky, Morris 
*Kline, Julius 

Krobn, Herman 

Kurlansik, Frank 

Levin, Fred 

Lipscbitz & Peters 

Mayer, B. D. 

Mayer, Ilorace 
*Mayer, Jacob 

Nathan Furniture Co. 

Nathan. Milton Morris 

Ralph Bros. 

Ralph, Herman 

Ralph, Louis M. 

Rosenbaum, Leo. 

Rosenbaum, Levi 

Rosenfelt. Henry 

Sherer, Moses 

Sberer, S. 

Sisterhood of Temple 
Covenant of Peace 

JBlkins Park 

Barney, Cbas. D. 
Silverman, Mrs. Cbas. 
Wessel, Harry, Jr, 

Erie 



Cohen, Marcus 
Cohen, Nathan 
Eisenberg, H. M. and A. 
Falk, Dr. H. S. 
Gottlieb, Abraham 
Grad, Louis 
Hanauer, Philip 
Kramer, J. C. 
Levin, Aaron K. 
Levin, Julius L. 
Levy, Martin D. 
Michel, Julius 
Morris, A. 
Ostheimer, Arthur G. 

Ostrow, Saml. D. 

Rosenberg, Arthur 

Schaffner, Alfred H. 

Schaffner, Jacob 

Schaffner, Milton S. 

Schaffner, Morris 

Sehlosser, David 

Schuster, A. J. 

Silin, Nathan 

Simon, Louis 

Sisterhood of West 8th 
St. Temple 

Sobel, Isador 

Sobel, Jeffry M. 

Sobel, Norman T. 

Straus, I. N. and M. J. 

Weil, Leo A. 

Zacks, Henry L. 

Farm School 

Ostrolenk, Bernhard 
**Rudisch, Julius 

Ford City 

Greenbaum, Abe 

Freedom 

Fineman, Mrs. J, 
Gordon, David 



Greensburgr 

Council Jewish Women 
Daniels, Wolf 
Davis, Simon 
Friedlander, H. M. 
Friedlander, Harry 
Independent Order 

B'nai B'ritb 
Kabanowitz, I. 
Kahanowitz. Wni. M. 
Quint, Joseph 
Rose, S. W. 

llarrisburg 

Alexander, Jos. 
Claster, Henry C. 
Claster, Jos. 
Cohen, Max, Sons Co. 
Commonwealth of 

Pennsylvania 
Freedman, Abe 
Freedman, Jos. 
Friedman, Samuel 
Goldsmith, Jos. 
Goodman, I. 
Handley, Barney 
Hirschler, Albert 
Jacobson, M. E. 
Kaufman, David 
Levin, David 
Levinson, Samuel 
Lowengard, H. and L. 
Marks, Edgar 
Michlovitz & Co. 
Miller & Kades 
Schleisner, Mrs. Wm. B. 
Schondorf, Morris 
Silberman Bros. 
Strouse, Benj. 
Tausig's Jacob, Sons 
Zuckerman, Harry 



Haverford 

Pbaro, Mrs. Walter W. 
Williams, Mrs. Cbas. 

Hazelton 

Benjamin, Mrs. David 
Dessen. Dr. L. A. 
Franklin, J. 
Friedlander, Isadora 
Friedlander, M. 
Frumkin, Abe 
Gerhardt, Henry 
Grundling, J. D. 
Honig, Mrs. Isaac 
Hyman, Julius 
Leichtman, Calvin 
Markman, Henry K. 
Mason, C. A. 
Roman, D. 
Roman, Harry 
Roman, Louis 

Jenkintown 

Bayuk, Mrs. Meyer 
McCarthy, J. A. 
Silberman, Nathan 

Johnstown 

Berney, M. 
Cohen, Lipman 
Elsasser, Nelson A. 
Glosser Bros. 
Glosser, L., & Sons 
Hendler, Barney 
Miller, Maurice 
Nathan, Mrs. Morris 
Penn Novelty Co. 
Rotbstein, Mrs. Eda 



*Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



66 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Rothstein, Myer 
Schwartz, Max 
Silverstone, Harry 
Wilner Bros. 

Kittanning: 

Einstein, Jacob R. 

Lancaster 
Cohen, A. B. 
Cohen, Harry 
Cohen, Mrs. Harry 
Cong. Shaarai 

Shomayim 
Elins, Dr. H. A. 
Franlv, Martin 
Gansman, Adolph 
Golden, Isaac 
Goldstein, 

Rabbi Raphael 
Goodman, Miles F. 
Granat, Robert M. 
Hirsh, S. B. 
Jacobs, Joseph 
Kranich, Abe 
Lestz, Sam, & Bros. 
Levy, Morris 
Lions, Jacob 
Livingston, S. H. 
Lurio, Benj. 
Lurio, Meyer 
Lyons, Louis 
Michaelis, Milton 
Michaelis, Moritz 
Miller, Barnet 
Miller's, Isaac, Sons 
Roseman, Morris 
Rosenstein, A. 
Rosenstein, 

Mrs. S. H. C. 
Shear, Dr. L. M. 
Sherman, Dr. J. 
Steinfeldt, I. 
Weill, Henry 

Iianghorne 
♦♦Branson, I. L. 
Lansdale 

Neiburg, S. 

Latrobe 

Aronson, Sam 
Beerman, Benj. 
Cohen, A. H. 
Click Bros. 
Lowenstein, Fred 
Miller & Bigg 

Lebanon 

Berkov, Samuel 
Berlcs Supply Co. 
Brenner, Louis 
Caplan, Julius H. 
Coons, Albert 
Henrich, Gustav 
Rosenstein, Abe 
Samler, Louis 
Sllberman, Abe 
Silberman, Max 

Lehighton 

Cohen, Wm. 
Rauscher, Emanuel 
Rauscher, Josephine 
Weiss, Wm. 

Lewistown 

Adler, S. 
Berney, Ike 



Block, Danl. 
Cohen, Hyman J. 
Dates, Louis 
Dreifuss, A. M. 
Glick, Louis J. 
Krentzman, Henry 
Myers, Lewis 
Rose, Mason 
Rubin, A. L. 
Siegel, H. L. 
Woliner, Ben 
Wollner, David 

Lock Haven 

Claster, Morris L. 
Hecbt, Edward 
Hoberman. Benj. 
Hurwitz, I. S. 
Kelner, Wm. 
Lintz, Isaac 
Raff, Mrs. Louis L. 
Simons, A., Sons 

Mahanoy City 

Lefhowith, Mrs. Gerda 
Trier Bros. 

McKeesport 

Friedman, Henry 
Goldsmith, Edgar E. 
McLane, J. T. 
Rosenberg, D. 
Ruben, Joseph H. 
Simon, A. M. 
Victor, Isaac 
Weil, A. J. 

Mechanicsburg 

Jacobsoii, A. S. 
(in memoriam) 
Jacobson, D. R. 
Levy, Joseph G. 

Melrose 

Schless, Mrs. Robert A. 
Schless, Robert A., Jr. 

Merion 

Fisher, Eleanor Neilson 

Milton 

Berman, Aaron 
Dreifuss, Wolf 
Hecht, Eugene 
Lewisson, F. H. 

Minersville 

Cohen, B. and I. 
Oberson, Harry 

Monessen 

Safer, Jos. 
Mt. Carmel 

Council Jewish Women 
Grossman, Louis 

Mt. Pleasant 

Fox, L. J. 
Glick, L. 
Gordon, M. 
Levin, M. 
Levin, Sam 
Levinson, E. F. 
Posner, Myer 
Rakusin, W, 
Silverblatt, H. 

Nanticoke 

Cimmet, Harry 
Levy, Lew 



New Britain 

Rubenstone, Mrs. 
Frances 

New Brighton 

Saul, Ellis 
New Castle 
Klivans, Harry 
Perelman, J. F, 

New Kensington 

Claster, Isaac 
Crown, H. J. 
Eiges, Julius 
Fisher, D. H. 
Miller Bros. 
Seigel, J. A. 
Susan and Per 

Norristown 
Bloch, B. E, 
Bloch, Louis E. 
Bloch, Simon B. 
Mann, Aaron 
Mann, Harry 
Tyson, H. B. 

Nortliumberland 

Schwartz Bros. 
Teitelbaum, K. 

Oil City 

Lewis, Max 
Westheiraer, Mrs. 
Emanuel 

Perkasie 

Apfelbaum, rJaml. 

Pliiladelpbia 

A Friend 

Adelphia Hotel Co. 
Allman, Herbert D. 
AUman, Justin P. 
Aloe, Sidney A. 
Apt, Max S. 
Arnold, M. Edwin 
Asher, Abraham L. 
Asher, Dr. Jos. M. 
Asher, Sydney S. 
Atlantic Paper Co. 
Atlas Dye Works 
Bacharach, Harry 
Bamberger, Arthur J. 
Bamberger, Oscar J. 
Barmach, A. 
Baton, Henry E. 
Baum, Louis S., Est. 
Bayard, J. W. 
Bayersdorfer, Harry 
Bayersdorfer, Sydney 
Bayuk Bros. 
Becker, Isaac 
Beckman, S. 
Beerwald, Benj. D. 
Behal, Mrs. Rose 
Belber, Aaron S. 
Belber, H. S. 
Belber, Mrs. H. S. 
Bennett, Jerome 
Berg, Adolph 
Berg, Mrs. Martin 
Berg, Nathan 
Berkowitz, Mrs. Albert 
Berkowitz, Leon L. 
Berlizheimer, Mrs. D. T. 
Bernhard, Joseph 
Bernheim, Julius 
Bernheim, Milton B. 



♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SC?IOOL 



67 



BpriilHMiiier. IjOo G. 

Bernstein, Loviis 
♦Betz & Son 

Bibernian Bros. 

Bien, Morris 

Bisslnger, Harry J. 

Blauner's 

Bloch, Arthur 
•Bloch, B. B. 
♦♦Bloch, Simon L. 

Block, Leon 

Blum, Gabriel 
♦♦Blum, Ralph 

Blumontlial Bros. 
♦Blumentlial, Hart 
♦♦Blumenthal, Herman 
♦♦Blnmenthal, Sol. 

Bok, Mary Louise 

Bonncll, Henry H. 

Bookmayer, E. A. 

Borgenski, S. J. 

Brengle, Henry C. 

Bromley, .Tos. H. 

Brown, J. Howard, & Co. 

Brown, W. A. 

Brown, Wm. Findlay 

Buchsbaum, S., & Son 

Buck, Frank 

Burd, Louis A. 

Burk, Louis 

Burns, Albert E. 

Burpee, David 
♦Byers, .Tos. J. 

Cadet Knitting Co. 

Cahn, Tillman 

Calmann, Rudolph 

Calwell, Chas. S. 

Camitta, Sam, & Sons 

Caplan, Jos. 

Carr, Harry C. 

Chapman, Wm. R., Jr. 

Chauveau, A. .J. 

Clark, C. M. 

Clark, Percy H. 
♦♦Clothier. Isaac H, 

Cohen, Miss Alice 

Cohen, J. J. 

Cohn, Mrs. Dora 
♦Collins, Henry H. 

Colonial Knitting Mills, 
Inc. 

Colton, S. W., Jr. 

Conway, Leo I. S. 

Corrugated Container Co. 

Croft, Frank P. 

Cummings, J. H. 

Dale. Mrs. Edward C. 

Dann, Max 

Dannenbaum, 
Alexander W. 

Dannenbaum, Edwin M. 

Dannenbaum, Harry M. 

Dannenbaum. 
Mrs. Harry M. 

Dannenbaum, 
Mrs. Henriette 

Dannenbaum, Morris 

Daroff, Harry, & Sons 

Delaney & Co. 

Deitsch, Harry 

Dintenfass, Benj. 

Doyle, Francis J. 

Dreifus, Mrs. S. 

Dreyfous, Sol. 

Dryfoos, Sol. 

Dunlap, Mrs. Henry C. 

Eberle, J. Fred., Jr. 

Edelstein & Bernstein 

Edwards, Mr. 
and Mrs. Geo. W. 



Eicliholz, Adolph 

Einhorn Bros. 

Klks Automobile Club 

Ellerman, 

Miss Lillian F. 
I'jnglander, Samuel 
Epstein, Mrs. Edward 
lOshner, Mrs. A. A. 
Ewing, Chas. H. 
Falck. F. M. 
Federation of Jewish 

Charities 
Fisher, Thomas 
Fitzpatrick, A. L. 
L"'leisher, David T. 
**Fleisher, Mrs. Henry 

Hackenburg 
Fleisher, Miss Helen 
♦I'^leisher, Mrs. Martha S. 
Fleisher, Mr. and Mrs. 

Penrose 
Fleisher, Samuel S. 
Fleisher, Mrs. Simon B. 
♦Fleishman, Morris 
Fleishman, Mrs. S. L. 
Folz, Stanley 
Ford, Mrs. Bruce 
Fort, Henry K. 
Fox, Adolph 
Fox, Chas. Edwin 
Frank & Seder 
Frankel, a. A. 
Frazier, Benj. West 
Fridenberg, M. Samuel. 

Estate 
Fridenberg, S. M. and 

M. S. 
Friedberger, Simon 
Friedman, Lionel 
Fuguet, Howard 
Garretson, David 
Garretson, Mrs. M. 
Garrett-Buchanan Co. 
Geist, C. H. 
Germane, F. M. 
G. H. P. Cigar Co. 
Gimbel, Chas. 
Ginsburg. Jacob 
Glaser, Sol. 
Goff. Mrs. Isaac 
Goldbaum, Mrs. J. S. 
Goldberg, Miss Bretta L. 
Goldman, Jonas B. 
Goldsmith, P'dwin M. 
Goldsmith, Philip N. 
Goldstein, Harry 
Goldstein, 

Mr. and Mrs. Max 
Goldstein, Sol. 
Goldstein, Wm. 
Goldstein, AVm. 
Goodman, Alan S. 
Goodman, Leon 
Gorson, Samuel 
Qosch, H. M. 
Greco, Anthony P. 
Greenebaum, Simon 
Greenfield, Albert M. 
Greenhouse, Martin E. 
Gross, Mrs. Cecilia 
Gross, Alfred M. 
Gundelflnger, Mrs. Carrie 
Haaz, Mrs. Carrie 
Haber, Morris 
♦♦Hagedorn, Mrs. Alice 
Haley, Geo. T. 
Hanline, Miss Kitty D. 
Hano, Horace 
Harberg, Mrs. Jos. 
Harbison, Thomas B. 



Harris, Mrs. H. F. 

Harris, Stanton M. 
♦Harrison, C. C. 

Hecht, Henry 

Iloilbron, Samuel 
♦Ileimerdingor, Leo H. 

Ilensell, CoUaday Co. 
♦♦Ilerold, Milton 

Herring, Walter E. 

Ilerzberg, Millard H. 
♦Ilerzberg, Mrs. Walter 

Hess Mfg. Co. 

Heyman, Tlieo. H. 

Ileyraann, .Tos. C. 

Heymann, Roy A. 

Hinlein, Jos. H. 

Hinlein, Milton J. 

Hirschberg, 
Miss Augusta 

Hirsh, Mrs. Gabriel 

Hirsh, Harry B. 

Hirsh, Morton B. 

Hoffman-Henon Co. 

Horner, Horace K. 

Huber & Co. 

Hutchinson, Miss A. P. 
♦Hyman, Wm. 

Independent Order 
B'rith Sholom 

Irwin, H. D. 

Isaacs, J. L. 

Isenberg Bros. 

Jackson, Mrs. A. A. 

Jackson, Newton P. 

Jacobs, Dr. Louis 

Jacobs, Reuben 

Jacobson, Mrs. S. M. 

Jenkins, Chas. F. 
**.Tonas, Herman 

.Tones, Wm. J. 
♦Kaas, Andrew 

Karpeles, Dr. M. J. 

Karr, Joseph 

Kaskey, David 

Kaufmann, 13ugene M. 
♦Kaufmann, Morris A. 
♦Kayser, Samuel 

Keith's Theatre, B. F. 

Kendrick, Murdoch 
♦Keneseth Israel 
Congregation 

Kensington Carpet Co. 

Kirschbaum, David 

Klein, A. M. 

Klein, Leon G. 

Koch, Mrs. I. M. 

Kohn, Dr. Bernard 

Kohn, Herbert 

Koppenheim, Abram L. 

Korn, David 

Kraus, Sol. C. 
♦♦Krauskopf, Dr. Jos. 

Krauskopf, Mrs. Jos. 

Krauskopf. M. R. 

Kreiss, William F., Co. 

Krekstein, Saml. 

Krick, C. S. 

Krieger, Wm. 

Kurtz, Wm. Fulton 

Lamberton, Robert E. 

Lang, Gabe H. 

Lang, Henry 
♦♦Langfeld, A. M. 

Langsfeld, 
Dr. Morton A. 

Largman, Harry 

Largman, Jos. 

Lavenson, I. V. 

Lebair, Moreau 

Lee, Elisha 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



68 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



Levi, S. George, & Co. 

Levy, A. J. 

Levy, Alex. S. 

Levy, Mrs. David G. 

Levy, S. F. 
♦Levy, Sol. 

Llchtenstein, Mayer 

Liehtenstein, Milton 

Lieberman, Albert H. 

Lieberinan, Moe 

Lifter, Morris 

Lindauer, Jos. 

Lipkin, Wm. 

Lipschutz, I. L. 

Lipshiitz, Cbas. 

Lisborger, Leopold 

Lit, Jacob D. 
*Lit, Samuel D. 

Livezey, John R. 

Livingstone, Roy M. 

Loeb, Adolf 

Loeb, Mrs. Hortense H. 

Lorch Bros. 

Louchheim, Jos. A. 

Lucas, John, & Co. 

Madway, Wm. 

Magaziner, Louis 

Magill, Samuel N. 
*Manko, L. H. 

Mansbach, 

Mrs. Abraham 

Margolis, S. 

Marks, Albert S. 

Marks, Clarence L. 

Marks, Mrs. Lillian U. 

Martin, Carl N. 

Marx, Sig. J. 

Mason, Edward L. 

Mastbaum, Jules E. 

Masters, J. W. 

Mayer, Miss Rcgina 

McEvoy. J. C. 
**Merz, Daniel 

Merz, Leon 

Merz, Millard 
**Merz, Mrs. Regina 

Miller, E. Clarence 

Miller, Theo. F. 

Monaghan, Judge John 

Monk. C. T. 

Moore & White Co. 

Moorhouse, H. Wilson 

Moos, Jacques 
♦Morris, Chas. E. 
♦Morris, Effingham M. 

Morris, Samuel W. 
♦♦Muhr, Jacob 

Nagler, Mrs. M. 

Nathanson, Mrs. H. M. 

Needles, Lewis 

Neel Cadillac Co. 

Netter, Jacob 

Newburger, Frank L. 

Nickles, Theo. E. 

Nusbaum, Harry 

Nusbaum, Dr. Louis 

Ochser, David 

Oppenheimer, 
Mrs. Chas. 

Ostheimer, Wm. J., 
Estate 

Palmer, Dr. E. Carlton 
♦♦Patterson, 

Judge John M. 

Pearlman, Martin M. 
♦♦Pepper, Dr. Wm. 

Perkiomen Trunk Co. 

Pettinos, Geo. F. 
♦♦Pfaelzer, Simon 



Phi Epsilon Pi 
Fraternity 

Phillips, David 

Plant, Mrs. Isaac 

Plummer, Wm. T. 

Prtlin, Morris 

Pomerantz, A. 

Portner, Wm. 

Potsdamer, Jos. S. 

I'owell Knitting Co. 

Professional Circle 

Publieker, Harry 

Publicker, Philip 
♦Raab, Mrs. Julia 

Rabinovitch, .J. .T. 

Raff, A. Raymond 

Rapp, Chas. B. 

Reading Company 

Reed's, Jacob, Sous 
**Reinhard, Moses 

Rice, Mr. and Mrs. 
Sidney G. 

Richard, Salvador 

Ritch, Morris 

Roberts, Thomas & Co. 

Roedelheim, Wm. S. 

Rohm & Haas Co. 
♦♦Rorke, Allen B. 

Rosenau, Simon 
♦Rosenbaum, 

Emilie Leona 
♦Rosenbaum, Leon 
♦Rosenbaum, Leon, Jr. 

Rosenberg, Emanuel 
♦Rosenberg, Grace 
♦Rosenberg, J. Walter 

Rosenheim, S. A. 

Rosenthal, Henry 

Rosenthal, Mrs. Henry 

Rosenwald, Lessing 

Rosin, Mrs. Sig. 

Rosskam, Wm. B. 

Rothschild, S. 

Rubel, Jacob 

Ruben, Mrs. Louis 

Rubin, Jos. H. 

Rumpf, Gustav 

Sacks, Harry 

Salus, Saml. W. 

Saul, Maurice Bower 

Schamberg, Dr. Jay F. 
♦Schloss, Mrs. Herman 

Schloss, Leon 

Schmidt, O.scar B. 
♦Schoch, Henry B. 

Schoenfeld, M. 

Schweizer, Simon 

Schweriner, Mrs. Theo. 

Selig, B. 

Selig, Ely K. 

Selig, Sol. 

Seltzer Bros. 

Sempliner, David D. 

Sharp, S. S. 

Sidenbach, Mrs. Meyer 
♦♦Silberman, Mrs. Ida 

Silverman, Chas. 
♦Silverman, I. II. 

Simon, Leo 

Simpler, Claude A. 

Sionsky, 
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. 

Skinner, Wm., & Sons 

Smaltz, Miss Elizabeth 

Smith, Drum & Co. 

Smith, Wm. .C. 

Smolens, Anna R. 
♦♦Snellenburg, J. J. 

Snellenburg, Jos. N. 

Snellenburg, Morton E. 



♦SiH'llcnbiirg, Natlian 
♦*Sii('llc]ilHirg. Smmicl 

Siiellciilmrg, Stanley S. 

Southwark Foundry & 
Machine Co. 

Spahr, Boyd Lee 

Specialty Furniture Co. 

Speiser, Meyer 

Spivak. .T. Henry 

Sprowles, Edwin G. 

Stead & Miller Co. 

Steel, Phil. S. 

Steele, .Tos. M. 

Steppaclier, W. Maurice 

Stern & Co. 
♦♦Stern, Eugene M. 

Stern, Lafayette 

Stern, Sidney M. 

Sternberger, 
Mrs. Matilda K. 
♦Sternberger, Samuel 

Stokes, Henry W. 

Strauss, Berthold 

Strawbridge. Frederic H. 

Strouse, Arthur A. 

Sullivan, Thos. D. 

Sundheim, Harry G. 

Sundheim, .Tos. H. 

Supplee- Wills- Jones 
Milk Co. 
♦♦Teller, Benj. F. 
♦Teller, Mrs. B. F. 
♦♦Teller, Jos R. 

Teller, Leopold H. 

Trainer, Joseph C. 
♦♦Trautman, Dr. B. 

Ulman, Dr. Joseph F. 

Van Dyke, John W. 

Vanclain, Samuel M. 

Von Moschzlsker, 
Robert 

Walter, Henry J. 

Walter, Simon 
♦♦Wanamaker, John 

AVassermah, 
Isaacs, Est. 

Wasserman, ,Tos. 

AVatson, John T. 

Weber, David 

Weil, Edwin H. 

Weil, Julian 

Weil, 

Mr. and Mrs. Simon 
♦♦Weiler, Herman 

Weinmann, Max 

Wells, Geo. B. 

West & Co. 

AVeyl, Edgar 

Weyl, Jacob L. 

Weyl, Julius S. 

Whiting, A. E. 

Williams, Morris 

Wilmsen, B. 

AVilson, James L. 

Wolf, Augusi; 

Wolf Bros. & Co. 
♦Wolf, I., Jr. 

Wolf, Morris 

Wolsey, Rabbi Ijouis 

Wurzel, Maurice 
♦♦Zweighaft, Simon 

Phoenixville 

Kohn, Jos. 
Pittsburgh 

♦Aaron, Marcus 
Alpern, Lewis M. 
Aronson, I. Leonard 
Baer, Julius 
♦♦Browarsky, Marx 



•Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



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69 



liniuwassor, 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank 
♦Cohen, Aaron 

Cohen, Mr. and 
Mrs. Aaron 

Cohen, Henry S. 
♦Cohen, Hon. Josiah 
*I>reifns, Chas. 

Einstein, Morris 

Federation of Jewisli 
Pliilanthropies 

Floersheim, Berthold 

Frank, Isaac W. 
♦Friedman, Mrs. Joseph 

Goldsmit, Mrs. Louis 

Goldsmit, S. B. 

Goldsmith. Dr. Milton 
♦Guckenheimer, Isaac 
♦♦Hamburger, Philip 
♦Ilanauer, A. M. 

Hast, Mrs. A. M. 

Hirsh, Mr. and Mrs. 
Herman 

Kann, W. L. 
♦Kaul'mann Bros. 

Kaufmann, Mrs. Isaac 
♦♦Kaufraann, Mrs. Jacob 

Kaufman. Mrs. Morris 

Kaufmann, Nathan 

Lehman, Albert C. 

Lehman, Irvin F. 

Mundheim, Samuel 

Neiman, Bennie 

Passamaneck, H. 
♦Rauh, Marcus 
♦♦Rauh, Mrs. Rosalie 

Solomon, Max 

Spatz, Mrs. S. 

Stadtfeld, Jos. 
♦Weil, A. Leo 

Weil, Mr. and 
Mrs. A. Leo 



Pittston 

Freed's 

Levin, Harry H. 
Samuel S. 
Weinstein, Abe 



Point Marion 

Siegel, Joseph 



Portland 

Schechter, H. M. 



Pottstown 

Abrams, Harry 
Berger, Bernath 
Fuerman, Samuel 
Hoffman, Philip 
Lipkin, Samuel 
Magltson, Harry 
Meyerhoff, Kmanuel L. 
Meyerhoff, Moe L. 
Meyers, P. F. 
Miller, Isaac 
Mosheim, S. 
Pollock, Mayer 
Printz, Adolph 
Singer, Louis 
Stein, Hyman and Jacob 
Stein, Myer 
Weiss, Frank 
Weiss, Max 
Weltzinkorn, Morris 



TottHville 

Clawson, J. M. 
Rubinsky, Israel L. 
Rublnsky, Miss Sara 
Sfiicker, Herman 

(Juakcrtown 

Klein, Adolph 
AVeiss, Ellas 

Radnor 

Harvey, J. S. C. 
Patton, Wm. A. 

Reading: 

Bash, Wm. 
Bauscher, Solon D. 
Bernheimer, Emil 
Central Abattoir Co. 
Cohen, Nathan P. 
CroU & Keck 
Epstein, Jonas 
Goldman, Ed. 
Harris, David A. 
Heller, Max 
Imber, Bros. 
Israel, Harold A. 
.Tacobson, S. 
Kaufmann, Saul 
Knoblaugh, Phillip 
Liever, Hyman 
Liever, Israel 
Liever, Joseph M. 
Luria, S. R. 
Marcus, Mrs. Nathan 
Merritt Lumber Yards, 

Inc. 
Miller, Chas. A. 
Mould, Jonathan 
Pear, Samuel 
Rosenberg, Harry 
Ruttenberg Bros. 
Schweriner, S. S. 
Sher, L., «fe Sons 
Skaist, Max J. 
Sondheim, Leo J. 
Sondheim, Dr. Sid 
Stern, F. S. 
Sulkis, David D. 
Whiteson, Isidore 
Whiteson. Mrs. Isidore 
Wide Awake Shirt Co. 
Winston, Dr. G. I. 
Yaffe & Blumberg 
Zable, Mrs. Rebecca 

and Mr. Ben. D. 

Rosemont 

Converse, Miss Mary E. 

Scranton 

Ball, Charles 
Beck, Jules L. 
Brown, Gus N. 
Cohen, Geo. A. 
Cohen, N. B. 
Davidow, Meyer 
Endfleld, B. 
Finkelstein, Isadore 
Goldsmith, Rudolff M. 
Goodman, Miss Bertha 
Goodman, M. L. 
Jewish Federation 
Kaufman, Morgan S. 
Krotosky Bros. 
Levy, A. J. 



Levy, Kalman 
Levy, Leon M. 
Levy, N. B. 
Levy, R. L. 
Mendel, Ralph 
Newman, A. 
Oettingor, Louis 
Oppcnheim, I. E. 
Phillips, Geo.. 
Samter, Bertram I. 
Sam tor Bros. 
Siegel, Harry 
Silverberg, Maurice, 

& Co. 
Vogel, Miss Janet C. 

Shamokln 

Liachowitz, A. 
Rohrheimer, Mrs. .1. 

Sharon 

Lavine, Reuben H. 
Mayer, .Joseph 
Rosenblum, Nathan 
Sand, Louis 

Shenandoah 

Goldin, H. L. 
Levine Bros. 

Slating ton 

Rice, Samuel M. 

Souderton 

Rubin & Dietz 

South Bethlehem 

Refowich, A. 

Sunbury 

Marx Bros. 
Rice, Louis 
Weinreich, Mrs. E. 
Weis, H. and S. 

Tamaqiia 

Banks, B. 
Gelb, Heury 
Losos, M. 

Titusville 

Berwakl. H. P. 
Davis, J. 
Goldstein, Jacob 

Uniontown 

Axelrad, A. 
Davis Bros. & Co. 
Fell, L. Lee 
Frank, I. 
Friedberg, C. I. 
Friedberg, Ike 
Friedman, Morris 
Goldberg, Louis 
Goldstein, Elias 
Levinson, Mrs. S. J. 
Lusthaus, A. L. ' 
Rosenbaum Bros. 
Rosenbaum, Ike 
Rosenbaum, Jos. 
Rosenbaum, Mrs. Lena 
Rosenberg, N. W. 
Rosenman, H. 
Sedicoff, M. 
Silverman Bros. 
Stern, Rabbi H. J. 
Stern, Lee 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



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VillanoTa 

Bodine, Samuel T. 

Wayne 

Verner, Mrs. Wm. R. 

West Chester 

♦Grant, Simon 
Weiss, Morris 

W'ilkes-Barre 

Bartikowsky, Max, & 

>Son 
Blum Bros. 
Braveman Purn. Co. 
Budnitzky Bros. 
Casper, Louis 
Casper, Max 
Cohen & Fein 
Cohen, H. H. 
Cohen, Joel 
Cohen, Louis 
Constine, Chas. 
Coons, Jos. S. 
Davidow, lOdw. B. 
Dembert, Sander E. 
Epstine, Harry 
Feinberg, H. 
Finkelstein's, M., Sons 
Frank, Louis 
• Frankel, Isaac, & Son 
Frankel, M. 
Freedman. Max 
Freeman, Benj. F. 
Freeman, Martin 
Galland, A. S. 
Gourvitz, D. 
Greenwald, Rose L. 
Gump, Harry 
Harris, Wolfe 
Heller, Sol., & Son 
Hirshowitz, Frank 
Hurwitz, A. 
Israel, Ralph 
Jacobs. Nathaniel 
Jefferson, Jos. 
Karnofsky Bros. 
Kaufman, Dr. I. 
Keystone Bottling Co. 
Landaus Music & 
Jewelry Store 

Lazarus, Henry 

Levitsky, 

Rabbi Louis M. 

Levy, Felix T. 

Levy, Maurice T. 

Lewith, Edward L. 

Long, Dr. Chas. 

Long, Cosmar P. 

Long, Isaac S. 

Long, Millard 

Mendelsohn, Dr. I. W. 

Meyer, Jerome. & Sons 

Mitchneck, H. L. 

Nelson Bros. 

Reese, E. 

Rifkin, A., & Co. 

Rothstein, J. S., Sons 

Salsburg, Abram 

Salsburg, Louis K. 

Schloss. Mrs. Rosa L. 

Schwartz, Norman 

Shapiro, Henry 

Silverblatt, Jacob 

Sperling, Harry 

Spitz, Sam 

Stein, Edward 

Stern, Harry F. 



Stern, Mrs. Harry F. 
Stern, Julius Long 
Strauss, Judge S. J. 
Temple Israel 
Tischler, Dr. Max 
Ulman, Harry S. 
Weitzenkorn, J. K. 
Williams, Jake 
Williams, Nathan 
Ziegler, Maurice 

Willi amsport 

Blonder, I. 
Bloom, Wm.. & Co. 
Brown, J. C. 
Brozman, .7. L. 
Cohen. Max 
Finkelstein, Jacob 
Goldenberg, C. N. 
Goldenberg, H. N. 
Hirsh. Ben. 
Jaffe, Max A. 
Lindheimer. Max L. 
Myers, Henry 
Myers, L. Carol 
Pechter, Harry B. 
Steinberg, Mrs. May 
Stern Bros. 

Ulman, Mrs. Hiram H. 
Ulman, Julius G. 
Ulman, S. E. 
West Branch Pants Co. 
Wilson, Frank I. 

WyBcote 

Gribbel, Mrs. .John 

Wynnewood 

Clothier, Mrs. Walter 
Gibson, Miss Mary K. 

Wyomissing 

Rabinovitch, David 
York 

Grumbacher. Mrs. Max 
Jandorf, Mrs. A. 
Jewish Organized 

Charities 
Silverman, Geo. 
Wilhelm, Mrs. J. Schall 



RHODE ISLAND 



Providence 

Goldowsky. Bernard M. 
Goldstein Co., Jules 
Lederer, Sigmund 
Silverman Bros. 
Wachenheimer Bros. 
AVhite, J. J., Mfg. Co. 



SOUTH CAROLINA 



Charleston 

Furchgott. M., & Sons 
Hornich, M. 
Livingstain. Harri."? 
Pinkussohn, P. LaRoy 
Rubin, Louis D. 
Visanska. .T. M. 
' Williams, H. J. 



Columbia 

Berry, B. 

Carolina Shoe Co. 

Citron, M. 

Finkelstein. Moses 

Hebrew Benev. Socy. 

Kramer, G. 

Mayer, M. 

Rosen, D. 

Silver, Isaac, & Bros. Co. 

Visanska, M. 

Darlington 

Hennig, H. W. 
Hill, Ben. 
Hyman, A. 
Lumiansky, M. S. 
Robinson, .J. 
Want. S. 
. Weinberg, R. 
Witcover, D. D. 



Cohen, A. A. 
Sulzbacher, S. I. 

Greenville 

Endel, H. 
Levy, M. A. 
Meyers-Arnold Co. 
Morris, A. 
Reinhard, A. L. 
Rothschild, L. 
Schwartz, S. 
Zaglen, C. 

Spartansburg: 

Brill, Abram 
Fuchtler, Mrs. Isaac 
Greenewald Bros. 
Greenwald's, Inc. 
Hechlin, A. 
Marks, Max 
Morris, A. H. 
Price, Harry 
Skalowski, R. 

Sumter 

Barnett, H. D. 
Levy, J. H. 
Love, H. R. 
Schwartz Bros. 
Schwartz, Miss Emma 
Strauss, I. C. 



SOUTH DAKOTA 

Sioux Falls 

Fusfeld. David 
Kuh, Julius 
Livingston, Joseph 
Livingston, Miss Julia 
Margulies, Benj. 
Speier, Sam 

TENNESSEE 

Brownsville 

Temple Auxiliary 

Chattanooga 

Cohn. H. 

Council Jewish Women 



•Life Member. 



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71 



Friedman, Morris 
Roseulifim, William 
Winer, Harry 

C'larksviUe 

Nouberj;er, S. 



Kiiuiu, W. J. 
Feinberg, .losepli 
Felsenthal, H. M. 
Fishman, E. 
Frank, Alex 
Harris, A. M. 
Kisber, L. 
Lane, Abe 
Levis, L. E. 
Levy, Gus H. 
Levy, Ur. W. R. 
Liudy, A. S. 
Liudy, Nathan 
Liuz, Simon 
Loeb, Sol. 
Rosenbloom, .T. L. 
Rosenbloom, S. D. 
Sliatz, Mrs. Sol. 
Tamm, S. T. 
Tannenbaum, A. L. 
Tuclifeld, Aaron 
Tucbfeld, Joe 
Zalkind, Harry 

Knoxville 

Beth El Religious 

School 
Caplan, Isaac 
Gourse, Geo. 
Rosenthal, D. A. 



Memphis 

Binswanger, Milton S. 
Federation of Jewish 

Charities 
Haase, Chas. J. 
Halle, Mrs. Eva G. 
Peres, Hardwig and 

Israel H. 
Plough, Abe 
Regina 19, U. O. T. S. 
Roth, Louis 
Sam Schloss Lodge 35, 

I. O. B. B. 
Teitlebaum, A. 
Teitlebaum, L. H. 
Temple Sisterhood 

Nashville 

Bernstein, Phillip & 

Clarence 
Blum, R. D. 
Brown, H. 
Ceigler, Herman 
Cohen, M. D. 
Cohn, Chas. 
Cohn, Paul S. 
Council Jewish Women 
Ellis, Morris W. 
Ensel, Byron 
Federation of Jewish 

Charities 
Fishel, Jake 
Fleishman, Frank 
Fox, Gilbert J. 
Frank, Ernest 
Frank, Manuel 

and Isadore 



Friedman, A. N. 
tJliertner, Simon 
Goldberg, A. L., Jr. 
Haber, F. M. 
Haber, J. 
Hlrsfh, Sam 
Jacobus, J. M. 
Jiidd, Jesse 
Klein, Sol 
Lefkovits, Dorrls 

Lefkovits, Harry L. 

Lefkovits, Mrs. J. 

Levy, Alfred 
Levy, J. Z. 

Levy, Sam & Co. 

Lightman, Harry 

Loveman, Mrs. Adolph 

Loveman, A. M. 

Loventhal, Chas. B. II. 

Loventhal, Lee J. 

Lowenstein, Julius 

Lowenstein, Sol and 
Dave 

Lusky, J. C. 

Liisky, M. I. 

Maimonides Lodge 4G, 
I. O. B. B. 

Marks, B. 

Marks, Sigmund 

Mills, R. M. 

Morris, E. 

Morse, I. B. 

Morse, Joe 

Rich, Celia and S. L. 

Rich, Schwartz and 
Joseph 

Rosenfeld, Albert 

Samuels, S. 

Schulman, I. 

Simon, J. B. 

Sobel, V. S. 

Stein, S. 

Stetzer, Herman 

Sulzbacher, Mr. and 
Mrs. Edw. B. 

Teitlebaum, Henry 

Well, J. B. 

Wiener, Sidney M. 

Pulaski 

Cohn, Sol 
Isaacs, Louis 
Isaacs, Seymour 

TEXAS 

Austin 

Council Jewish Women 
*Davis, Nelson 

Balmorhea 

*Mayer, SoL 

Beauniont 

Goldstein, Dr. L. 
Ladies' Benev. Socy. 
Levy, Leon R. 

Big: Spring 

Fisher, Albert M., in 
memoriam of mother, 
Mrs. Anna Fisher 

Chappell Hill 

Reinstein, W. 

Corsicana 

Council Jewish Women 



Dallas 

Bromberg, H. L. 

Bromberg, 1. G. 

Dreyfuss, G. 

Eldridge, D. A. 

Harris, Leon A. 

Jewish Fed. for 
Social Service 

Joseph, Sam A. 

Kahu, E. M., Estate 

Levi, Chas. G. 

Lipsitz, Louis 

Loewenberg, Mrs. Phil 

Miller, Lawrence 

Mittentbal, N. E. 

Oppeuheimer, L. 
♦Orleans, M. J. 

Rosentield, Max J. 
♦♦Sanger, Alexander 

Sanger Bros. 

Sanger, C. L. 
♦♦Sanger, Mrs. Philip 

Shayn, Mrs. A. J. 
♦♦Silberstein, A. 
♦♦Silberstein, Mrs. A. 

Weiss, Martin 

£1 Paso 

El Paso Lodge 509, 
I. O. B. B. 

Jewish Relief Society 
Mathias, A. 
Schwartz, A. 
Temple Mt. Sinai S. S. 
Weiss, I. 

Fort Worth 

Gilbert, L. G. 

Greenwall, Mitchell W. 

Levy, Dan A. 
♦♦Levy, Sam 

Rosenthal, M. A. 

Galveston 

Aronsfeld, G. H. 
Bleich, Emanuel 
Blum, Ben, & Co. 

Bonait, Ben 

Bromberg, Sol 

Cohen, Robert I. 

Cohen, Robert I., Jr. 

Herz, Sidney E. 

Heyman, S. J. 

Himler, T. D. 

Kahn, Emil 

Kahn, W. B. 

Kahn & Levy 

Kauffman, Jos. 

Kempner, D. W. 

Kempner, H. 
♦Kempner, Mrs. H.' 
♦Lasker, E. 
♦♦Lasker, M. 

Levy, Adrian F. 

Levy, L. H. 

Lion, Alphonse 

Littmann, Chas. S. 

Nussbaum, Joseph 

Samuels, E. 

Stein, Dan 

SurfC. J. 

Weiss, Robt. 

Zacharias Frankel Lodge 
242, I. O. B. B. 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Lite Mwnber. 



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Harris, Louis L. 
Malevinsky, The Misses 

Annie and Helene 
United Jewisli Welfare 

Association 
Weingarten, J. 

Palestine 

Maier, S. 
San Antonio 

Blum, Mrs. Fannie 
p;dKar Lodge 211, 

L O. B. B. 
•Halff, G. A. C. 
*Halff, Henry L. 
Halff, Maver and Rachel, 

Memorial Fund 
Halff, S., Memormial 

Fund 
Jewish Social Service 

Federation 
Joske, Mrs. Alexander 
Oppenheimer, Mrs. 

Fannie 
*Stern, Morris 

Texarkana 

Ehrlich, Esther 
Eldridge, Jake 
Grossman, H. 
Heilbron, Louis 
Josephs, Louis 
Schwarz, I. , ^ ^ 
Texarkana Casket Co. 

Tyler 

Edward Lasker Lodge 
347, I. O. B. B. 

Waco 

Hirschberg, S. 

Migel, L. 

Sanger, Children of Sam 

UTAH 

Salt Lake City 

Marcus, Louis 
Rosenblatt, Nathan 

VIRGINIA 

Alexandria 

Beth El Sisterhood 
Katz, A. 
Rosenfeld, Max 
Ruben, Leopold 
Weil Bros. 

Charlottesville 

Kaufman's, M., Sons 

Danville 

Belov, A. 
Berman, Isaac 
Harris, Theo. 
Herman, L. 
Hoffman, H. L. 
Kaufman, Mrs. Julius 
Kaufman, L. L. 
KingofE Bros. 



Levinson, Dr. B. 
Lowensteln Bros. 
Schuster, Isaac 

Harrisonburg: 

Bloom, Edward 

Lynchburg 

Berman, Gus 
Berman, H. 
Blum, M. 
Cohen, Meyer B. 
Feinman, J. 
Goodman, Leon 
•Guggenheimer, 

Mrs. Max 
Oppleman, Jos. 
Oppleman, W. D. 
Rosenthal, Dr. S. H. 
Schewel, A. M. 
Schewel, Ben 
Schewel, I. R. 
Snyder & Berman 
Temko, S. A. 
Weinsteln, Harry, & 

Sods 

Newport News 

Elsenman, J. 
Garner, Wm. 
Green, Jos. 
Nachman, Sol 
Peyser, Sol 
Rosenbaum, A. 
Splgel, D. 

Norfolk 

Altschul, B. 
Frank, Louis 
Goldbach, M. G. 
Goldsmith, Clifford L. 
Hirschler, Dr. D. Lee 
Hofhelmer Bros. Co. 
Jacobs, Benj. 
Kaplan, Mike 
♦Ladies' Hebrew 
Benevolent Asso. 
Lilienfeld, B. 
Lowenberg, Harry L. 
Mansbach, Louis 
Nusbaum, M. G. 
Snyder, L. 

Petersburg 

Gellman, Abe 
Lavenstein, A. L. 
Levitt Bros. 
Merchant, J. A. 
Reinach, Milton I. 
Reinach, Samuel A. 
Rosenstock, L. A. 
Shapiro, I. 
Tobias, Max 
Unger, S. 

Portsmouth 

Cohen, Nathan 
Faas, Sol 
Levitin, Abe 
Rosenfeld, I. H. 

Richmond 

♦Binswanger, Harry S. 
♦Binswanger, M. I. 

Binswanger, Ralph A. 

Brent, Mrs. A. 



Cohen, Mrs. Sam. 

Florsheim, M. B. 

Galeskl, Mrs. S. 

Greenebaum, Leo 

Hoffman & Goodman 

Hutzler, Henry S. 

Jacobl, Mrs. Jos. N. 

Joel, Jos. 

Kaufman, Edgar J. 

Kaufmann, I. 

Kaufmann, J. Irving 

Levy, Edwin L. 

Levy, Raphael 

Marcuse, I. J. 

Marcuse, M. E. 

May, Irving 
••Mlllhlser, Gustave 
•Raab, E. 
*Raab, Mrs. E. 

Rosendorf, Sam 

Rubens, Joseph M. 

Schwarzchlld 
Bros., Inc. 

Straus, A. L. 

Straus Co. 

Straus, Irving J. 

Straus, Milton J. 

Thalhimer, Isaac 

Thalhimer, Morton G. 

Thalhimer, W. B. 

Verveer, Sam 

Weil, Clifford 

Weisberger, S. 
♦•Whitlock, Philip 

Roanoke 

Bachraeh, I., Shoe Co. 

Colin, Jose A. 

Cohn, L., & Son 

Cooper, Ike 

Dameron, Mrs. W. A. 

Davidson, Joseph 

Fisher, Julius 

Forman, B., Sons 

Glass, Sam 

Goldstein, Jos. 

Kaufman, M. 

Kelsey, H. C. 

Kohen, Wm. 

Levin, Israel 

Levy, Frank 

Levy, Frank H. 

Levy, Philip 

Lyons, J. 

Moss, H. Dan 

Piatt, A. L. 

Rosenberg, M., & Sons 

Sehlossberg, N. Wm. 

Sehoenfeld, Miss S. 

Catherine 
Silverman, Sol. 
Spigel, .Toe. 
Spigel, Sam 
Swartzberg, S. B. 
Totz, A. 
Weinsteln, J. 

Staunton 

Strauss, L. G. 
Wlneberg, Harry 

WASHINGTON 

Everett 

Hochstadter,. Bernard 

Seattle 

•Eckstein, Nathan 
••Gallaud, Bonliam 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



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••Galland, Mrs. C, K. 
••Gottstein, Meyer 
••Gottstein, Rebecca 
•Lang, Julius C. 
Stern, Leopold M. 

Tacoma 

Bacharach, Joseph 
Council Jewish Women 
Feist, Theo. 
Jacob, Meyer 
Jacobs, Herman 
Klegman, Dave 
Kleiner, Morris 
Meier, W. D. 
Sussman, Frank 
Tacoma Lodge 741, 

I. O. B. B. 
Weinstein, Joseph 
Wittenberg, Mfg. Co. 

WEST VIRGINIA 

Bluefleld 

Bloch, N. A. 
Clark. Harry 
Cohen, Isadore 
ECfron, A. F. 
Gilbert, E. 
Greenspan, Wm. 
Greenspon, Isadore 
Kammer, Harry 
Lenett, B. D. 
Matz, Max 
Rodgin, Henry, and 

Saul Greenspon 
Schlosberg, Abe 
Weinberg, H. 

Charleston 

Abramson, Eli 
Adler, Ammi H. 
Baer, Ben 
Baer, Frank A, 
Bass, Sam 
Brown, A. I. 
Cohen, Hyman 
Eppstein, Meyer M. 
Frankenberger, Max 
Frankenberger, 

Walter M. 
Friedman, Mrs. Pauline 
Galperin, H. 
Galperin, S. H. 
Goldman, M. B. 
Hess, Edward S. 
Hess, Jos. L. 
Kaufman Bros. 
Kaufman, G. 
Kaufman, Harry 
Kaufman, Laurence 
Kleeman, Henry 
Levin Bros. 
Levy, Meyer 
Lindenberg, A. J. 
Loeb, Leo 
Loewenstein, Abe 
Loewenstein, Isaac 
Lowenstein, Joe 
Mav, Phillip 
May, Sol 
Midelburg, Chas. 
Moses, S. A. 
Polan, H. 
Ramze, S. V. 
Roth, Max 
Schwab, Joseph 
Schwabe, Albert 
Silversteln, A. P. 
Silverstein, Harry 
Silverstein, Sam 
Wells, Jacob 



Clarksburgr 

Burka, Fred 
Caplan, H. A. 
Cherry, Dr. S. L. 
Franz, D. B. 
Friedberg, Harry 
Friedlander, M. 
Jacobs, J. 
Lefkowitz, Ben 
Markowitz, Morris 
Markowitz, S. M. 
Melet, Will H. 
Oliker, Louis 
Rosen, Geo. 
Rosenberg, S. A. 
Samuels, M. 
Slavin, J. 
Snitzer, D. 
Winer, S. 

Fairmount 

Bear, Max 
Broidy, J. M. 
Finger, Mrs. B. S. 
Golden Bros. 
Goodman, Simon D. 
Sidler, M. 
Spiro, Sidney B. 

Grafton 

Friedman, Max 
Rosenshine, Wm. 

Huntington 

Biernbaum, Mrs. Jos. 
Broh, J. 

Brownstein, Harry 
Fox, David 
Frankel, A. H. 
Glick, Harry and Max 
Hermanson, J. M. 
Hyman Bros. 
Lewis, Walter H. 
Lubln, B. J. 
Polan, Lake 
Samson, Samuel 

Keystone 

Budnick, Chas. 
Budnick, Harry 
Hermanson, S. L. 
Spector, Jacob 

Kimball 

Forman, Abe 
Kaufman, Abe 
Kaufman, Sol 
Siff, H. 

XiOgran 

Temple Sisterhood 

Martinsburg 

Klebansky, Ben. W. 

Morgantown 
DeLynn Bros. 
Finn. Samson 
Herskovitz, Sam 
Morgantown Sisterhood 
Slaven, M. S. 
Urdang. J. 
Welntrob Bros. 
Wolf, J. P. 



North Fork 

P.'nai Israel Sisterhood 
Catzen, A. 
Forman, G. 
Kahn, Leo 
Kaufman, Soi M. 
Ros^n, Sam 
Seligman, Harry 
Seligman, Julius 
Seligman, S. L. 
Tots. I. 
Wagner, J. 

Parkersburg 

Barrett, P. W. 
Beren, Harry 
Beren, Max 
Broida, J. S. 
Gallenberg, M. 
Goldstein, Joe 
Goldstein, Wm. 
Kahn, D. H. 
Kirstein, L. 
Lasky's 
Nathan, Ben 
Nathan, Mrs. Ben 
Newberger. Harry 
Salinger, Gus 
Stern, Joseph 
Waxelbaum, Mrs. 

Welch 

Bell, S. 

Emanuel^ Sisterhood 
Gotlieb, Liouis 
Herzbrun, J. 
Hyman, Morris 
Kohn, David 
Levinson, I. 
Polan, Samuel 
Scott, D. 

Wheeling 

Bachenheimer, M. 

Baer, H. O. 

Banor, Charles 

Barach & Bagran 

Bauer, Mrs. Carrie L. 

Bloch, Samuel S. 

Broverman, S. 

Caplan, M. 

Elpern, S. G. 

Eoff St. Temple 
Sunday School 

Frank, S. K. 

Friedman, Arnold 

Front, H. M. 

Front, Jacques 

Good, L. S. 

Harrison, N. 
♦♦Horkheimer. Mrs. B. 

Horkeimer, Julius 

Horkheimer, Louis 

I'ienberg. Israel 

Kline, Mrs. S. 

Moss, Joel E. 

Reichart, S. 

Reichblum, Mrs. M. 

Rice, A. M. 
♦Solomon & Rubin 

Sonneborn, Charles L. 

Sonneborn, Herbert M. 

Sonneborn, M. 

Stein, Leon B. 

Superior, Harry 

Vsitz. A. M. 
•Weil, J. 

■Wheeling Lodge G15, 
I. O. B. B. 



♦Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Life Member. 



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THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 



White, Harry L. 
Wolf, Leo 

Williamson 

Albert, Irving 
Azarcli, Mrs. L. 
Bank, Hyman 
Brown, D. 
Pine, S. 

Gaskel, Mrs. M. V. 
Goodman, A. 
Kahn, B. 
Lovitch, H. 
Morien, Sol. 
Nabe, L. K. 
Ofsa, Chas. 
ScLwaohter, Harry 
Steckler, I. 

WISCONSIN 

Appleton 

Marshall, L. J. 

Kaukauna 

•Wertheimer, M. A. 



LiaCrosse 

Bloom, Born liar d 

Madison 

Council Jewish Women 

Milwaukee 

Federated Jewish 

Charities 
Prank, Walter 
Priedlander, M., 

Knitting Co. 
Gilead Lodge 41, 

1. O. B. B. 
Reliable Knitting 

Works 
Sattler, J. B. 
Schuster, Chas. 
Schuster, Mrs. Edw. 

Superior 

Josephs, S. y. 
Lasky Bros. 
Marcus, C. 

Popkin Furniture Co. 
Shapiro, Geo. 
Siegel Bros. 



West Bend 

•Heller, Isidore 

CANADA 

Toronto, Ontario 

Scheuer, Edmund 

CHINA 

Shangrhai 

*Jacob, Leopold 

ENGLAND 

Liondoi) 

Brown, Wm. I. 
Mayer, Simon D. 
♦Meyer, Arthur 
Solomon, Miss Camilla 

SWITZERL,.\ND 

Rorschach 

f*Schoenfeld, Max. 



*Life Member. 
♦♦Deceased Lire Member 



Scole of Miles 
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5cale S^: Miles VoOnel^cK 
^^ M i M i UHH Il Mm Roil roa4i 

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Ooyles+own. 

^ vFARt^ School 



National Farm School 

DoYLEsTo\NN, Bucks Co; Pa. 
Where it is. 

How TO GET THgRE 



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THE NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL 

FARM SCPIOOL STATION, PA. 

Executive Offices 

1101 Market Street— Room 809, Philadelphia 

One Park Avenue, New York City 



iMBntbetsii}ip of ^i}t National ^attn §ci^ool 

1, the undersigned, in consideration of the subscriptions of 

others, hereby agree to subscribe the sum of $ 

annually to The National Farm School, for the training of A'outh 
for agricultural callings. 

Name 

Address 

Date 



"I give and bequeath unto The National Farm School, Bucks 

County, Pa., near Doylestown, the sum of dollars 

free from all taxes to he paid to the Treasurer, for the time ieing, 

for the use of the institution." 



3ffcrtn at IBtmse 

ON REAL ESTATE OR GROUND RENT 

"I give and devise unto The National Farm School, Bucks 
County, Pa., near Doylestown (here describe the property or 
ground rent), together with the appurtenances, in fee simple, and 
all policies of insurance covering said premises, whether fire, title 
or otherwise, free from all taxes." 



A donation or bequest of $10,000 will found a perpetual scholarship which 
will bear the name of the founder, or such name as the founder may designate; 
$5,000 will found a twelve-year scholarship ; a donation of .$600 pays for 1 student 
for 1 year; §1,200 pays for 1 student for 2 years; §1.800 pays for 1 student for 3 
years (until graduation). 



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EDISON says: 

" Electricity will Sweep and Dust, Wash and Dry 
Dishes, Wash and Iron, Cook and Sew '' 



The use of electric labor-savers in the 
home takes the work out of housework 
— relieves the housewife of the mo- 
notony and drudgery of the ever- 
recurring daily routine — helps to solve 
the servant problem — and does all this 
in the most efficient and economical 
manner possible. 

Unless you have an electric cleaner, 
washer and iron in your home, your 
housework is a much greater burden 
than necessary. Invest in these three 
labor-savers first of all and then add 
the rest as your particular household 
requirements demand. 



"Uhi 



Philadelphia Electric Company System 



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CAPITAL. $1,500,000.00 



SURPLUS, $4,000,000.00 



The Commonwealth 
Title Insurance and Trust Co. 

Chestnut aiid Twelfth Streets 
PHILADELPHIA 

PAYS INTEREST ON DAILY BALANCES 
INSURES TITLE TO REAL ESTATE 

RENTS SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES $4 TO $100 
TAKES ENTIRE CHARGE OF REAL ESTATE 

ACTS AS EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR. GUARDIAN AND TRUSTEE 
WILLS RECEIPTED FOR AND KEPT WITHOUT CHARGE 

SAVINGS FUND DEPARTMENT 
CHRISTMAS FUND 



JOSHUA R. MORGAN, President 



JAMES V. ELLISON, Treasurer 



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Hughes-Foulkrod 
Company 



Building 
Construction 



Schaflt Building 

1505 Race Street 421 Seventh Avenue 

Philadelphia, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. 



81 



THE SAMUEL J. CRESWELL 

IRON WORKS 



ORNAMENTAL and STRUCTURAL 

IRON AND STEEL 



23d and Cherry Streets Philadelphia, Pa. 



JULIAN S. SIMSOHN 

ENGINEERS 

S. E. Cor. Broad St. and Girard Ave. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS POWER PLANTS 

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STYLE 



FOR SMART STYLE AND 
LONG SERVICE STETSON 
HATS MEASURE UP TO 
THE HIGHEST STAND- 
ARD YOU CAN SET 




Stetson,, ,. „ 

^^oun^ Mens Hats 



1224 Chestnut Street 



The 

Land Title and Trust Company 

Broad Street, Chestnut to Sansom - Philadelphia 



Capiial, $3,000,000 



Surplus and Profits, $13,500,000 



Deposits received upon which interest is allowed 

Titles to real estate insured 

Loans on mortgages and approved securities 

Trusts executed 

Safe Deposit Boxes rented in burglar-proof vaults 



President 

WILLIAM R. NICHOLSON 

Secretary 
LOUIS A. DAVIS 

WILLIAM R. NICHOLSON 
SAMUEL S. SHARP 
JOHN W. BROCK 
RALPH H. NORTH 
JOSEPH E. WIDENER 



l^ice- PresiJent and General Counsel 



Vice-President 



LEWIS P. GEIGER 
Trust Officer 
CLAUDE A. SIMPLER 



EDWARD H. BONSALL 
Treasurer 
WILLIAM S. JOHNSON 

DIRECTORS 
EDWARD H. BONSALL 
WILLIAM M. ELKINS 
GEORGE D. WIDENER 
EUGENE W. FRY 
PERCIVAL E. FOERDERER THOMAS SHALLCROSS, JR. 



GEORGE W. ELKINS 
CYRUS H. K. CURTIS 
EDGAR G. CROSS 
JOHN C MARTIN 



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very 

FASHIONABLE WOiMAN 

IS BE-FURRED 

THIS WINTER! 







HIS is a FUR Winter." 
So Decrees Fashion. And Our 
Splendid Selection (at Very 
Moderate Prices!) Accords 
With this Important Decision 
in Style, Quality and Value. 



SPORTS 
MODELS 

Our selection of furs 
and styles are as irresist- 
ible to fashionable folk as 
the wintry lure of Lake 
Placid — but much less ex' 
pensive, needless to say! 

IS 

Out Display of 

DRESS COATS 

and 
EVENING WRArS 

will make one wonder, 
also, if she is really in a 
salon this side of Paris — • 
and not in Paris itself! 



Ihxo: ^. o>ieieAjt 



1730 6kiJinut§t. 



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(^ompliments 
of 




Spec lor-'S 
CHESTNUT at JUNIPER 



Courtesy Service 

Sixth National Bank 

N. W. Corner 2nd and Pine Streets 
PHILADELPHIA 

A National Bank since 1864 that Stands on Its 
Record of Service 



Savings /¥ O / Interest 

Fund /^ /r\ '- 

Department JL / O Paid 



Foreign Exchange Department 
Commercial Accounts Invited 

Progress Co-operation 



85 



Hughes -Foulkrod 
Company 



Building 
Construction 



Schaff Building 

1505 Race Street 421 Seventh Avenue 

Philadelphia, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. 



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INCORPORATED 1847 

WESTERN 
Saving Fund Society 

OF PHILADELPHIA 

Total Assets over $62,000,000 

Surplus Fund over $6,000,000 

Deposits over $55,000,000 

40/ INTEREST 

I /O —PAID ON DEPOSITS— 



Main Office : TENTH and WALNUT STREETS 

Kensington Frankford North Phila. 

Front and York 4643-45 Frankford Germantown Ave. and 

Streets Avenue Venango St. 



Compliments of 


J. HOWARD BROWN & CO. 


Insurance 


No. 328 WALNUT STREET 


PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Noted Scientists Approve of Gas Lighting 

Scientific experiments by noted investigators prove that gas lighting improves 

the air for breathing purposes by helping ventilation, destroying germs and 

adding necessary moisture. 

Scientists also know that modern gas light is best for the eyes, because it is 

so soft, mellow, free from glare and harmful color rays. 

The Bureau of Standards, at Washington, refers in detail to the economy and 

quality of gas mantle light in a report entitled " Measurements for the Household." 

See the display of modern gas lights at any of our Philadelphia Showrooms. 

THE UNITED GAS IMPROVEMENT CO. 



The Liverpool and London 
and Globe Insurance Co.y Ltd, 

OF LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND 
Harry W. Stephenson a stock company 

LOCAL MANAGER 

331-337 Walnut Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

THE REYBURN MANUFACTURING CO. 

Paper Specialties 

Tags -:- Tickets -:- Labels 



ALLEGHENY AVENUE AND THIRTY-SECOND STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



KEYSTONE, WEST 1095 POWER INSTALLATION 

BELL. GRANITE 3059 HOT WATER, STEAM 

VAPOR. VAPOR VACUUM 

McClintock & Co. 

HEATING ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS 

HOUSE HEATING SPECIALISTS 

5608 Race Street, Philadelphia 



THE HORN 8c BRANNEN MFG. CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



427-433 North Broad Street 
philadelphia, pa. 



••Louis Mark" 
SHOES 

PHILADELPHIA 



JACOB REED'S SONS 

CLOTHIERS HABERDASHERS HATTERS 
UNIFORMS LIVERIES 

CHAUFFEUR'S OUTFITS 



1424-26 Chestnut Street 



Philadelphia 



BELL PHONE, PEN. 2S24 



THE FUR & MILLINERY SHOP 

INCORPORATED 

1424 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa, 

SILKS OF CHARACTER 

QUAKER SILKS 

1104 ARCH STREET 



RETAIL ONLY 



MILTON LICHTENSTEIN 



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Capital and Surplus, $2,500,000 



GERMANTOWN 

TRUST 
COMPANY 



Chelten and Germantown Aves. 

Chestnut Hill Office, 8628 Germantown Ave. 
Logan Office, 5001 N. Broad Street 



CHECK ACCOUNTS 2% 
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 4% 

TRUSTS, TITLES, REAL ESTATE 
SAFE DEPOSIT, STORAGE 



We Do Everything That a Modern Trust 
Company is Supposed to Do. 

TRUST FUNDS OVER 32 MILLIONS 

" There is a Local Advantage " 



Compliments of 

Grushlaw&Sichel 

MAKERS OF 

KNOCKABOUT 
KNIT JACKET 



ESTABLISHED 1877 



2Cmtimg iUtUs 



CARDIGAN 
Jackets 
Sweaters 



Pastorius and Osceola 
Streets 

GERMANTOWN, PHILADELPHIA 




Once Gro-wn Always Grown 

Maule's Seeds 

Endorsed by hundreds of thousands of 
Gardeners as the best to be had. 

Our Golden Anniversary Catalog offers more 
than 1000 high quality, low priced varieties of 
vegetable and flower seeds, as well as a choice 
selection of bulbs and roots. 

Send for your FREE copy today. 

WM. HENRY MAULE CO. 
1220 Spring Garden St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



90 



MORRELL M ILLS, INC 

Manufacturers of 

Sun Fast Upholstery 
Fabrics, Tapestries 
Hangings and 
Furniture Gimps 

5426-5436 WYALUSING AVENUE 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. 



D. F. WATERS 

Germantown Dye Works 

DYER OF 

COTTON WARPS, WOOLEN 

AND 

WORSTED SKEIN YARNS 

53 and 55 WISTER STREET 

GERMANTOWN. PHILA.. PA. 



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INTEGRITY 




Integrity Trust Company 

717 Chestnut Street 4th and Green Streets 

Capital and Surplus, $4,500,000 



AS PHILADELPHIA LEADS THE WORLD SO 

HARDWICK & MAGEE CO. 

LEAD PHILADELPHIA IN THE 
MANUFACTURE OF 

RUGS and CARPETS 

The high standard of our well-known weaves has been uniformly 
maintained for years, and today we enjoy the confidence and 
respect of the best houses throughout the country. Over one 
hundred sizes of rugs in stock. Special sizes made to order. 

HARDWICK & MAGEE CO. 



RETAILERS OF ALL STANDARD 
FLOOR COVERINGS 

1220-1222 Market Street 



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( THE BUICK IS THE STANDARD OF COMPARISON ) 

EDWARD WILKIE 
MOTORS CO. 

1415 N. Broad St. Philadelphia, Pa. 

New 

and 

Used „ . , 

Guaranteed Service MjtltCk.S 

On All BUICKS Sold 



:-:BOTH PHONES:-:- 



YOU HAVE TRIED 

NO-NOX MOTOR FUEL 

AND FOUND IT THE MOST SATISFACTORY PRODUCT 
YOU HAVE EVER HAD AN OPPORTUNITY TO HANDLE 
OR CONSUME IN YOUR AUTOMOBILE 

SO WHY NOT USE 

§>npveme Antti ®U 

A FIT COMPANION FOR NO-NOX 

Gulf Refining Company 



93 



Pennsylvania 
Door and Sash Company 



PINE, FIR, CYPRESS and 
HARDWOOD PRODUCTS 



PHILADELPHIA 



PINKERTON 



HARDWOOD FLOORS 



QANITARY, beautifying, labor-saving, economical, 
*^ durable and as a safeguard to health the hard- 
wood floor has thrown the carpet into discard. Why 
should you be without when the cost is so moderate? 
If your realization of their luxurious, rich appearance 
has led you to think they are expensive, you had 
better " look the matter up." We will help you. 

" PINKERTON " 

28th and YORK STREETS - - PHILADELPHIA 



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GARDEN 
TOOLS 



Planet Jr. 



FARM 
TOOLS 



A Specialized Line Including : 

Hand Seeders Wheel Hoes 

Horse Hoes Cultivators 

Spring Tooth, Orchard, Grove Cultivators 
One- and Two-Row Pivot Wheel Riding Cultivators 
Multiple Seeders, Two to Eight Rows 
Tractor Cultivating Attachments 




Used in 70 Countries and at 
Most Agricultural Schools 



r^?U^^^r'':|^ 



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No. 25, Hill and Drill Seeder. Double 
and Single Wheel Hoe 

S.L ALLEN & CO., Inc 

5th Street and Glenwood Avenue 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



No. 90. 12-Tooth Harrow and Pulverizer 



MiLLwoRK Lumber stairwork 

Wholesale and Retail Distributors: 

Vulcanite Asphalt Roofing Cromar Pre-finished Oak Flooring 

Cornell Wood Board Bishopric Stucco Board 

and SHEETROCK— The Fireproof Wallboard 
Ritter Oak Flooring 

Chas. F. Felin & Co., Inc. 

York Road and Butler Street 

PHONES I ^7'-- North %0I 
( Bell : Gladstone 2450 



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Bell— Walnut 4901 
Keystone— Main 9069 



Victor V. Clad Co. 



Manufacturers of 



French Ranges 




Kitchen Equipment 
China, Glass and Silverware 



119-21 S. Eleventh Street 



Philadelphia 



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Compliments of 



Philadelphia 



Paper Manufacturing Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

PAPER BOX BOARDS 

AND 

FIBRE SHIPPING CONTAINERS 



Manayunk 



Philadelphia 



NEWTON COAL 

Answers the Burnmd Quesiior^ 



GEORGE B. NEWTON 
COAL CO. 



Baltimore Avenue and 
53d Street 



PHILADELPHIA 



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For Anything 

Electrical 

RUMSEY 

ELECTRIC COMPANY 



Electric Supplies and Machinery 
Everything in Radio 



1007 ARCH STREET PHILADELPHIA 

Smith, Hardican 
Company 

BUILDING 
CONSTRUCTION 

1809-11 Callowhill Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Reliance Fireproof Door Co. 

77-103 Dobbin Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Manufacturers of 

METAL COVERED AND EXTRUDED BRONZE 
DOORS. WINDOWS AND STORE FRONTS 

FURNITURE, STEEL DOORS AND FRAMES 



SURVEYING PLANS 

Specifications and Supervision of 
Construction for Sub-Divisions, 
Sewerage. Street Paving and 
Estate Improvements 



Albright & Mebus 

CIVIL ENGINEERS 



204 Trust Building 

jENKiNTowN J 502 Locust Street 

37 Easton Road 

GLENSIDE PHILADELPHIA 



E. H. CARROLL P. F. CARROLL 

Build ^^h Brick 

THE EVERLASTING MATERIAL 

H. C. CARROLL & SONS 

SIXTY-SEVENTH AND GIBSON AVENUE 
Woodland 7826 PHILADELPHIA 



FABLE & COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 

sh"ert steel 510-512 N. THIRD ST, 

Sheet Copper Philadelphia 

99 



POPLAR 0488 

FINNEY & SON 

FOUNDED 1850 

Memorials 

Twelfth and Spring Garden Streets Philadelphia 

Reasonable Prices Convenient lo All Cemeteries 



JOSEPH N. SUSSKIND 



MARKOVITZ BROTHERS 

Jobbers in HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR 
="== OVERALLS WORK SHIRTS 

NOTIONS 

Sole distributors of " Philmont " Union Suits for Men 
321-323 MARKET STREET PHILADELPHIA 

BELL PHONE. REGENT 0200 

WM. CUMMINGS & CO. 



^tack0, lEir. 



2656 SALMON STREET PHILADELPHIA 

100 



Frankford Trust Company 

4400 FRANKFORD AVENUE 

Capital and Surplus - - - $1,000,000.00 

Deposits 9,000.000.00 

Trust Funds - - - . 4.000.000.00 

4% Interest in Savings Dept. 

Open Regular Bank.ing Hours and Friday Evenings 6 to 9 



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ABOVE ALL 



BOLD CIGAR 



Perfecto Size, 5c. Invincible Size, 3 for 20c 



C. H. Howell & Co. 



INCORPORATED 



Paint, Color and Varnish Makers 

212-14-16 RACE STREET. PHILA., PA.. U. S. A. 

ESTABLISHED 1876 

ESTABLISHED 1866 

EDWARD ROBERTS 



WHOLESALE 



FRUITS and VEGETABLES 

220-222 Dock Street Philadelphia 

101 



National Casket Company 



REPRESENT! NGz 



THE BEST IN THE INDUSTRY 

BRANCHES IN ALL PRINCIPAL CITIES 



COMPLI MENTS OF 



(^ohlman & (^utler.Inc. 

OVERALLS . and - DUCK CLOTHING 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. 



BERGER BROTHERS COMPANY 

Tinners^ Hardware and 
Roofers^ Supplies 

237 ARCH STREET PHILADELPHIA 

PHONES: Evergreen 4616 
West 440 

NAGLER BROTHERS 
Sheet Metal Workers 

38th and Poplar Streets Philadelphia, Pa. 

KUNKLE'S— f/ie COAL of Quality 

^BHn^^ Selected Coal from Good Collieries is the Only 

Kind We Sell and Backed with Our Reputation 
Kunkel's Coal Gives More Heat and Less Ash 
It is the Most Economical Coal You Can Buy 

J. E. KUNKEL 

63rd and MARKET STREETS 51st and GRAY'S AVENUE 
PHILADELPHIA 

102 



Kyidlil^ 



U^Mii^ 



ALL 3333 

The Magen Hardware Co. 

The Most Complete Hardware Store 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE 

Tools — Cuttlery — Paints Oils 
5219 MARKET STREET 

OSWALD LEVER CO., Inc. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Textile Machinery 

nth and Cambria Streets PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

The National Security Bank 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



1895 FINE 1927 

Hardwood Floors 

OAK WALNUT TEAK 

COMPOSITION TfW C RENOVATINC OLD 

RUBBER AND CORK J. 11^1-J FLOORS 

L. H. WOOD & CO. 

(Formerly Heaton & Wood) 

3312 LANCASTER AVENUE 

EVERGREEN 1403 PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

ELIAS NUSBAUM & BRO. 

Electrical Contractors 

AMONG THE LEADERS FOR MORE THAN 30 YEARS 
2023 Sansom Street 

103 



Anders & Jervis Motor Co. 

Can make it easy for you to own a new or used automo- 
bile Ask us about our SIX PER CENT. CERTIFICATE 
PURCHASE PLAN. Pays better than bank interest 

Chevrolet 

1408 North Broad Street 

Bell Phone, DL'l J 1 1_ • Keystone Phone, 

Stevenson 7697 rniladelpnia Park 5461 

ROYAL APARTMENT HOTEL 

GIRARD AVENUE AND BROAD STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

A QUIET HIGH-CLASS APARTMENT HOTEL 

Unsurpassed in refinement and environment. Cuisine of the highest standard 
MEYER B. SHER, Manager 

Eighth National Bank ph?]la^delph!a! I'a. 

ESTABLISHED 1864 
Trust and Savings Fund Departments 
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT 

Capital Surplus and $2,000,000.00 
Undivided Profits over ^ 

STRONG -:- SAFE -:- SUCCESSFUL 

Flowers! the ideal gift 

WHENEVER YOU HAVE CAUSE TO REMEMBER 
SOME ONE, FLOWERS ARE ALWAYS ACCEPTABLE 

Wilhelm's Logan Flower Shop 

Mic. 7477 4943 North Broad Street 

104 




ALLEGHENY TITLE AND TRUST CO. 



Allegheny Avenue at Front Street 
DAY AND NICHT BANK 



Safe Deposit Boxes 



Titles Insured 



GEORGE H. GRANT, President 

J. LOUIS MINTZ, D. D. S., and HARRY KRAMER. Vice-Presidents 

A. E. PETERSON, Secretary-Treasurer 

M. CLIFFORD BROOKS, Asst. Secretary-Treasurer 

C. RAYCROFT PATTERSON, Title Officer 

JOHN R. LIVEZEY 

Cold Storage Insulation Boiler and Pipe Coverings 

Cork and Linotile Floors 

Glenwood Ave., West of 22d St. 
PHILADELPHIA 



Compliments of 



ZABEL BROTHERS CO., Inc. 

S. W. Cor. Fifth St. 



OFFSET LITHOGRAPHERS 

and MUSIC PRINTERS and Columbia Ave. 



INTERNATIONAL 

irinting (^ompany 



236 Chestnut St. 



Philadelphia 



Phone, Wyoming 6209 



Oliver B. Rotzell 

CATERER 



4803 Wayne Avenue 
Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 




Bauer^s Gravity 
Railway Systems 

Sold by Leading Department 
Stores and Toy Stores 

FRED. C. BAUER & SONS 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



105 



Genuine PHILADELPHIA' Lawn Mowers 



1869 



FIFTY - EIGHT YEARS 
DOING ONE THING WELL 



1927 




THE ORIGINAL 
THE OLDEST 
THE BEST 

20 Styles HAND 
4 Styles HORSE 
3 Styles MOTOR 

The most complete 

and most 

up-to-date line 

on the market 



Styles "GRAHAM" and "A" all-steel. The only all-SLeel mowers 
made. Practically Indestructible. 

The Philadelphia Lawn Mower Company 

3l8t and CHESTNUT STREETS - Philadelphia, Pa. 



Wm. S. BonsalFs Sons 

Repairs, Alteration 
and New Installation 



ROOFING 

SHEET METAL WORK 

WARM AIR HEATING 

VENTILATING 

Bell Phone, Evergreen 7050 

3826 Market Street 

LeROY BONSALL PHILADELPHIA 



106 



The Finest Ice Cream 
That Money Can Buy 




the da £ax& 

ICE CREAM 

IN SEALED PINT PACKAGES ONLY 



Special Prices to Churches, Clubs and Societies 

Wampole's 

FORMOLID 

(Antiseptic Solution) 

TS NOT merely a mouth-wash, though a most agreeable 
and efficient preparation for such use. It is excellent for 
use internally or anywhere about the body where a mild 
antiseptic is desired. It is just the thing to use in connec- 
tion with cuts, abrasions of the skin, etc., where there is 
a possibility of infection. 
The user of FORMOLID finds abundant occasions. 

FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS 
In 16-ounce Bottles 

Prepared Solely by 

Henry K. Wampole & Co. 

INCORPORATED 

Philadelphia, U. S. A. 

107 



THE THOMAS W. PRICE COMPANY 



p 



RINTERS' rApnROAPn 

^riL^ij^L. I i£L^ ENVELOPES 



503-505 LUDLOW STREET Correspondence 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. Solicited 

NEW YORK BOSTON CHICAGO, 323 So. Franklin Street 

CATLIN YARN CO., Inc. 

COTTON YARNS 

PUBLIC LEDGER BUILDING :: PHILADELPHIA 

J. H. JESSUP. Manager 

ROBERT LeFORT & CO., Inc. 



NOVELTY LACE CURTAINS 



3360-62-64 FRANKFORD AVENUE 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

FIRTH & FOSTER COMPANY 

Dyers and Finishers of Piece Goods 

WE ARE SPECIALLY EQUIPPED FOR FINE ALL-WOOL AND 
SILK-AND-WOOL MIXED FABRICS 

BRIGHT COLORS— SUPERB LUSTER 



A. T. BAKER, Inc. 

MANAYUNK 

108 



STEEL HEDDLE MFG. CO. 

2100-18 W. Allegheny Avenue : : Philadelphia, Pa. 

WORLD'S LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF THE 

FLAT STEEL HEDDLE 

= - AND 

UNIVERSAL HARNESS FRAME 

Drop Wires, Velvet and Plush Heddles Doup or Leno Heddles 

Compliments of 

A FRIEND 




The Silk Stockings 
That Wear 



LEHiGiM Lehigh Silk Hosiery Mills 



INCORPORATED 

NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA 

NORRISTOWN 



SAVING THE TABLE 

Selling Agents for 

WINTER'S TABLE PADS 

"In Every City" 

The highly-polished surface of your dining table requires a CUSTOM-MADE 
table pad for proper protection from hot dishes and spilled liquids 

Our Business is TABLE PADS QUALITY PADS at a PRICE 

Do not be misled into buying a cheap table pad when you can buy the BEST 
at a lower cost than high-priced imitations. A telephone call will bring our 
representative with samples and prices and will return the finished pad to you 
within 48 hours after order is given. No trouble, annoyance or inconvenience 

to you. 

AMERICAN TABLE PAD COMPANY 

4424 Market Street Telephone, Evergreen 22-41 Philadelphia, Pa. 

109 



Re-inforced Paving and 

Concrete Sewers 



JOHN S. BAILEY 



GENERAL 



Contractor 



111 BROAD STREET 



Phone Connections DoyleStOWIl, Pa. 



110 



JOSEPH H. BASS 

Modeling Decorative Sculptor Omamental Plaster 

Stone Carving ' — and Bronze 

2036 RITTENHOUSE STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

R. Kauffman 

HEATING ENGINEER AND CONTRACTOR 
STEAM — HOT WATER — VAFOR — VACUUM 

4308 North Broad Street Philadelphia, Pa. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION 

GEORGE B. CLOPP 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Iron and Steel Work 

OFFICE AND WORKS 

3717-19-21-23 FILBERT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 

Disinfectants and Disinfecting Appliances. Houses Scientifically Fumigated 
WE ARE EXPERTS IN THIS LINE 

WEST DISINFECTING CO., Inc. 

The Largest Manufacturers of Disinfectants and Disinfecting Appliances in America 
MAIN OFFICE AND LABORATORY, NEW YORK 

PHILADELPHIA OFFICE, 1303 RACE STREET 

BOTH PHONES 

CHARLES AUERBACH, Manager 
111 



REPAIR WORK ON 
BOILERS. FLUES. ETC. 



Phone, Columbia 4874 



C. D. McPherson 



STEEPLEJACK 

PAINTING AND REPAIRING OF 

BRICK AND STEEL STACKS TANKS 

FLAG POLES FIRE ESCAPES 

AND ROOFS 

BUILDING, PAINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 
AERIAL WORK A SPECIALTY 

2338 GERMANTOWN AVENUE 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



I I SI8|^ Ladders made to the approval of i 
fj standards of the industrial boards throui 
^^ out the United States. 



\ 



EXTENSION LADDERS 
SINGLE LADDERS 

P STEP LADDERS 

W\ TRESTLES 




112 



OWEN LETTER'S 

SONS 



BEST COAL 



MAIN YARD 

Trenton Avenue and Westmoreland 
Street 



113 



Americans Finest 

Surgical Garments 

Abdominal Supporters, Stockings, Surgical Belts — garments for the 
support and relief of every part of the anatomy, made with a perfect 
fabric that, through more than seventy years, has been accepted as a 
supreme standard by America's foremost physicians and surgeons. 
Remember the name — KENLASTIC. It is your guarantee of un- 
varying quality and lasting resiliency. May be obtained from: 

A. M. Dyer. 2022 N. 19th St., Phila. Louis Veit,3157 Kensington Ave..Phila. 

Charles Hecht, 2655 Kensington Ave., Mrs. Julia F. Moses, Corsetiere, 2031 

Phila. Walnut St., Phila. 

William H.Richter. 206 S. 8th St., Phila. Ware Truss Co., 710 Broadway, Cam- 
I. B. Seeley, 11 7 S. 1 1th St., Phila. den, N. J. 

Glatterer & Dowd, 735 Walnut St., Phila. S. Zimmerman, 1 31 8 Pacific Ave., Atlan- 
Richard Young, 21 5-1 7 N. 15th St., Phila. tic City, N.J. 

Mile. E. Adler, Corsetiere, 1703 Walnut Charles H. Glatterer, 41 S. Virginia Ave., 

St., Phila. Atlantic City, N. J. 

And in 60 per cent, of the Surgical Stores in New York and other large 
cities. Ask for Kendrick Elastic — KENLASTIC — the knitted elastic. 

JAMES R. KENDRICK CO., Inc. 

6139 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia 
76 Madison Avenue, New York 



RESER VED 



114 




GRANITE 

Full Fashion 

Silk Stockings 

The stocking that made 
the garter block famous 



115 





DR{]©(D[^[F(S)[H^^ir[E[Q] 



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116 



PENNSYLVANIA 

RANGE BOILER CO. 

24TH AND WASHINGTON AVENUE 
2024 NORTH TENTH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



5340-42 
Market Street 




6033 

Germantown 

Avenue 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Galvanized Range Boilers 

and JOBBERS OF 

Plumbing and Heating Supplies 



117 



Parke's Canned Food: 



UNMATCHABLE 



Fruits and Vegetables 



No. 10 Tins 



Choicest selections in all varieties, packed 
according to our rigid specifications, to 
meet the demands of our many good 
patrons throughout the country 



L. H. PARKE COMPANY 

Coffees ^ Teas ^ Spices 

Canned Foods ^ Flavoring Extracts 

1 122-1 144 NORTH FRONT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 



118 



1823- Over a Century in Business -1927 

Our Experience of 

104 YEARS 



Is at Your Service 

JOHN B. ELLISON & SONS 

Woolens Everywhere 











BELL PHONE, WYOMING 0441 






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WntBtth 






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Manufacturers of WOFStcd FaBricS 






BELFIELD AVENUE AND WISTER STREET 






Germantown, Philadelphia 











119 



NICETOWN 

DYE WORKS 

Dyers of 

Yarns, Slubbing and Wool Raw Stock 
FRANKFORD, PHILADELPHIA 



Keystone Phone, Park 1 8C8 Bell Phone, Regent 2289 

COLUMBIA 

Silk Dyeing Company 

SPECIALTIES : 

Artificial Silk — Pure Dyes 
Black and Colors 

1726-30 NORTH HOWARD STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

120 



Bell Phone, Regent 3426 Keystone Phone, Park 2727 

R. B. DUTT CO., Inc. 

Dyers and Bleachers of 

Fine Woolen and 
Worsted Yarns 

MASCHER ST. and MONTGOMERY AVE. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Bell Phone, FRANKFORD 4553 

Brentmore Knitting Mills 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



HIGH-GRADE 
FULL-FASHIONED 



HOSIERY 



New York Office : 
. _ ROOM 1006 

1 and Untario Mreets 

FIFTH AVENUE BUILDING 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. Twenty-Third Street and 

Fifth Avenue 



121 



CHARLES HARLAN JOHN NOBLE, JR. 

President Vice-Pres. & Treas. 

WM. A. HAINES 
Secretary 



Company 

Abattoir and Salesrooms 

30th and race streets 

PHILADELPHIA 



36th and Grays Ferry Road Market at 30th Street 

Cnmpltttt^nts nf 

Wilson-Martin Co. 

PacJiers and Provisioners 
PHILADELPHIA 



FRESH MEATS OF BLUE RIBBON BRAND 

UNSURPASSED QUALITY MEAT DELICACIES 



122 



STORAGE MOVING 

Company 

Main Offices: Delaware and Fairmount Aves., Phila. 

Operating Nine Warehouses, covering 20 Acres of Space 
CONNECTING WITH THE FOLLOWING RAILROADS 

PHILA. & READING PENNSYLVANIA 
PACKING SHIPPING 



John J. Felin & Co. 



INCORPORATED 



PORK and 



BEEF r^acf^ers 



4142-66 Germantown Ave. 



123 



PRODUCERS OF 

L. & Y. LIME CRUSHED LIMESTONE PULVERIZED 

LIMESTONE RUSHLAND TRAP ROCK HENDERSON 

FOUNDATION STONE HENDERSON CRUSHED MARBLE 

MILL ROAD FOUNDATION STONE 



Lukens & Yerkes 

924-25 Stephen Girard Building 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



WORKS 

Crushers: Earnest, Rushland, Henderson, Pa. 

Quarries: Mill Road, Henderson, Pa. 

Lime Kiln: Earnest, Pa. 



^V^HITE PINE 
CYPRESS 

Everything in Lumber 

J. Gibson McUvain 
Company 

PHILADELPHIA 

124 



THE DERK MANUFACTURING CO, 



Manufacturers of 



Silk Damask Tapestry Scarfs 

Table Covers Portieres 

and Novelty Cross Stripe 

Summer Curtains 



Factories: Main Show Room and Office: 

Frankford, Pa. Unity and Leiper Streets 

Doylestown, Pa. Frankford, Pa. 



FRANCIS A. BRUNER, Inc. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Upholstery Goods Curtains 

Draperies Scarfs 

Table and Couch Covers 

CORAL and EAST HAGERT STS. PHILADELPHIA 

125 



WALNUT 
6626 
6627 
6628 




RACE 

5846 
5847 



KITCHEN EQUIPMENT 

FRENCH RANGES STEAM TABLES COFFEE URNS 

UTENSILS LABOR SAVING MACHINERY 

CHINA GLASS SILVERWARE 



W. F. DOUGHERTY 8c CO., Inc. 

1009 ARCH STREET - - - PHILADELPHIA 

BRANCHES: ATLANTIC CITY AND ASBURY PARK 



WHY more dairymen are feeding 
m " PILLSBURY " than ever before ! 



figured the 



*•■ You make it too ! 

I Make the thirty-day test that is winning hundreds of 

_. . . dairymen for " Pillsbury's " every month. 

Iney nave mSde Make the test with your own cows. 

Oft A If Until this test was originated there were as many different 

3 0U"Q3y leSl theories concerning the correct feeding of dairy cows as there were 

I - different feeds and formulas. There were books, bulletins, adver- 

3nd nHVe tisements, and signs all teaching and preaching a different theory 

— but all this information was less convincing to you than your 
own personal experience, in your own barn, with your own cows. 
Now you can find out for yourself. 
cost 01 Tal^e any two groups of cows in your barn. Feed both 

groups for 30 days. Feed the first group whatever ration 
PIT I ^RIIRY " W" haoe been feeding. Feed the second group Pillsbury's 

1 1L.L.>JUUU1 Dairy Ration, following the '■ Suggestions for Feeding" 

^ tno f '''"' i'"" fi'^d in each bag. Keep an actual record of each 

in lermS OI lOO pounds of mHIi obtained from both groups. Keep a 

H/IIT V record of the number of pounds of your grain ration fed to 

IVllLlV your first group and \eep the same record of the number of 

pounds of " Pillsbury " fed to the other group. At the end 
of the 30-day period calculate the number of pounds of grain 
feed that were required to produce each 100 pounds of milk- 
That is the 30-day test that has won so many hundreds of 
dairymen during the past five years. Four out of every five who 
make this test decide in favor of Pillsbury's Dairy Ration. 

PILLSBURY FLOUR MILLS COMPANY Philadelphia branch 

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 312 LAFAYETTE BLDG. 



126 



( ^ompliments of 

PAUL BROSZ 

' 'Master Builder' ' 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Geo.W Kugler 
& Sons Co. 

PACKING BOXES 
and LUMBER 



915-27 New Market Street 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



127 



Both Phones 



F. SCHOETTLE, Inc. 

Paper Boxes and 
Mailing Tubes 

Coral and Letterly Streets 
Philadelphia 

Montgomery Iron and 
Steel Company 

Plain and Fabricated Steel 



Large Stock of Shapes and Plates, 

assuring prompt shipment 

Steel Structures Designed and Fabricated 



Telephone Connections DUNCAN and SEPVIVA STS. 



128 



/ES^ 


GEORGE NASS 
& SON 

LUMBER 


^^ DISTINCTIVE 
^^^^^QUALITY AT 
^^^^^^^^ RIGHT 
^^^^■I^^PR 1 CEf. 

EVERYTHIN^^^B^^ 
forGARDEN andLAWI^^^^ 
CATALOG '^REE:-^^H 

MlCHELL'Sl 

w riomarkets^^ 


BUILDING 

LUMBER 

HARDWOODS 

WHITE PINE 

MAPLE 

FLOORING 


N. W. Cor. 

Glenwood Ave. and 

Dauphin St. 

philadelphia, pa. 



INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. 



OF 
AMERICA 



Farm Implements and Tractors 
Motor Trucks 



93 BRANCHES IN U. S. A. 



2905 N. SIXTEENTH STREET :: PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Phones, BELL, Columbia 62-64 



KEYSTONE, Park 41-23 



Edw. a. Greene & Co., inc. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

STAIRWORK & MILLWORK 

ARCHITECTURAL AND OPERATIVE STAIRWORK 
OUR SPECIALTY 



2633-41 W. HAGERT STREET 

ABOVE YORK STREET 

129 



PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



M 
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Co. Philadelphia 



I 

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C. 



Penna. 



Philadelphia 

Wool Scouring and 

Carbonizing Company 



SOMERSET AND TULIP STS. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Compliments 

Jacob 
Brodsky 

Ontario St. below Richmond St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



130 



T. P. McCUTCHEON & BRO. 

INCORPORATED 
MANUFACTURERS 

Men's NecJ^wear and Reefers 

Main Office 
ELEVENTH AND ARCH STREETS PHILADELPHIA 

Hughes & Bradley Co. 

MAKERS OF 

NECKWEAR FOR MEN 

ST. GEORGE BUILDING 

S. W. COR. 13th and ARCH STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 

The Market Street National Bank 

1107 MARKET STREET, PHILADELPHIA 

CAPITAL .......... $1,000,000.00 

SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS - - - $3,000,000.00 



Accounts Invited 



FOREIGN EXCHANGE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 



CHAS. E. NOBLIT, President JOS. KOHN, Vice-President 

Noblit Bros. & Co., Inc. 

JOBBERS OF 

CABINET HARDWARE and 
UPHOLSTERERS' SUPPLIES 

222 SOUTH SECOND STREET, PHILADELPHIA 

ESTABLISHED 1849 INCORPORATED 1917 

131 



Hensel Silk Mfg. Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Upholstering Novelties and Trimmings 

1011-1015 DIAMOND STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

THEO. F. MILLER F. LEIGHTON KRAMER 

President Secretary and Treasurer 

TURKISH TOV/ELS 
RUGS AND NOVELTIES 

§>tat anh Cr^sr^nt Companij 

ROBERT N. WHINNEY 

General Manager New York Salesroom: 242 Fourth Avenue 

PHONES 

MICHIE TEXTILE CO. 

Successors to J. Turner & Co. 
MANUFACTURERS OF 

HAIR CLOTH 

253 Ashmead Street, Germantown Philadelphia, Pa. 

M. PHILLIPS M. WOLF L. PHILLIPS 

National Hair Cloth Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

HIGH GRADE HAIR CLOTH 

1424 N. HOWARD STREET 

BOTH PHONES PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

132 



J ohn B lood & C ompany 



INCORPORATED 



HOSIERY 

Seventh and Somerset Sts. Philadelphia 

(f^ltu^r Knitting Cantpany 



INCORPORATED 



Silk and Silk- and- Wool 
FULL-FASHIONED 



Hosiery 



B STREET AND WYOMING AVENUE 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Phones 
GARFIELD 0749 
EAST - 7572 

The Peerless Silk Dyeing Co. 

DYERS AND BLEACHERS 

WILLARD AND JASPER STS. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

H. M. FREEMAN 

WOOLEN and Y^rn^ 
WORSTED J^ 0.111^ 

1 08- 1 W. OXFORD ST. PHILADELPHIA 



VALKONE 

DYERS and FINISHERS 



OF 



Woven and Knitted Fabrics of every description 

OXFORD and HOWARD STREETS Philadelphia Telephone: 

incar Front and Columbia Ave.) COLUMBIA 1537 

New York Office: Pl,i*lo»l Jnlili New York Telephone: 

280 MADISON AVENUE rnU3Qeipilia CALADONIA 0488 

R. & A. J. GILMOUR, Inc. 

CLOTH DYERS AND FINISHERS 

2631-2635 NORTH THIRD STREET 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

ORCHARD DYE WORKS 

SILK AND COTTON HOSIERY DYERS 

4310-12 ORCHARD STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 
GEO. R. WACHSMUTH 

Bell Phone, Regent 6744 Keystone, Park 1743 

RAYON SKEIN DYERS 

2|0ffn^r ^ilk Bg^ittg Company 

4TH AND CUMBERLAND STS. 

PHILADELPHIA 
134 



BELL PHONES KEYSTONE PHONE 

Kensington 6713 Park 2717 

6714 

"= Quality First 

CLARENCE L. MEYERS, Inc! 
YARNS 

SECOND AND SOMERSET STS. PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

W. H. & A. E. MARGERISON & CO. 



TURKISH R^i^ TOWELS 



Durable - Absorbent - Attractive 

TURKISH TOWELS, WASH CLOTHS 
AND BATH MATS 

Jasper and Huntingdon Sts. Philadelphia 



GEORGE M. HEPWORTH ALFRED T. MASTELLER 

JOHN M. HEPWORTH ALBERT A. SCHUMANN 

William Hepworth & Sons 

Manufacturers of 

All Grades of Garnetted Worsted Wastes 

Dealers in 

WOOL, Noils and Worsted Wastes 

OFFICE: 24 S. Front St. MILL: Trenton and Susquehanna Aves. 

Phones: Lombard 3373, Main 4243 Phone: Kensington 4463 

Garfield Mills 

John Watt's Sons Co. 

Manufacturers of 

TURKISH TOWELS, WASH CLOTHS 
and BATH MATS 

Second and Huntingdon Streets Philadelphia, Pa. 

135 



FIDELITY FINISHING WORKS, Inc. 

DYERS AND FINISHERS 

OF 
Men's Wear and Dress Goods 

Witte below Allegheny Avenue 
H. ST. CLAIR WAGNER PHILADELPHIA. PA. 



JOS. R. FOSTER & SONS 

Dyers and Finishers 

Second, Clearfield and Lippincott Streets, Philadelphia 

PHOENIX DYE WORKS, Inc. 

ERNST MULLER. Pres. 

r\ r SILK and j j 

Dyers of cotton riosiery 

Clearfield and Witte Streets Philadelphia, Pa. 

JAMES J. DIAMOND 

DYER 

DYER AND BLEACHER OF COTTON AND WOOLEN YARNS 
SILK AND COTTON HOSIERY 

Cambria Street and Trenton Avenue PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

136 



JOHN SMITH FRANK B. PUTT 

President and Treasurer Vice-PrcRident and Secretary 

BRANDLE & SMITH CO. 

MANUFACTURING CONFECTIONERS 

EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURERS OF 

ORIGINAL SPECIALTIES IN HARD CANDIES 
Satin Finish (trade mark) Confections 

Fifth and Bristol Streets Philadelphia 

ESTABLISHED 1875 

WALKER MFG. CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

LOOM REEDS, HEDDLES, 
HEDDLE FRAMES, ETC. 

Atlantic and Ruth Sts. Philadelphia, Pa. 



INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. 



OF 
AMERICA 



Farm Implements and Tractors 
Motor Trucks 



93 BRANCHES IN U. S. A. 

2905 N. SIXTEENTH STREET :: PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Laurel Soap Manufacturing Co. 

INCORPORATED 

WM. H. BERTOLET & SONS 
Textile Soaps and Oil Products 

Howard, Hope and Palmer Streets 
PHILADELPHIA 

137 




Sold by 

Gas Companies and 

Reliable Dealers 

ROBERTS & MANDER 
STOVE CO. 

PHILADELPHIA 

Manufacturing Plants : Phila. and Hatboro, Pa. 



PHONES: \ Market 6186 

i Tacony 1422-R 



CONTRACT HAULING A SPECIALTY 
AUTOMOBILES 



WHIN NETS EXPRESS 



2041 E. CLEMENTINE STREET 



Office: 3 Arch Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



WM. MacINTOSH CO. 

Manufacturing 
Lithographers 

113-115 ERIE STREET :: CAMDEN, N. J. 

EDWARD H. REUSS, Jr. 

HEATING and 
Plumbing Contractor 

POWER PIPING 
30th AND RACE STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. 



138 



Bell Phone, Walnut 5023 O. \y, SPERRY 

Abington, Pa. 
Ogontz 749 

D. W. SPERRY 

Contractor and Builder 

1026 JEFFERSON BUILDING 

1015 CHESTNUT STREET 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

Estimates Furnished Suburban Work 

Jobbing Attended To a Specialty 

KEYSTONE PHONE BELL PHONE 

GEORGE WEISS COMPANY 

Manufacturers of High-Grade 

CABINET 

WOODWORK 

Millwork and Store Fixtures 
701-3-5 E. GIRARD AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

C. O. STRUSE & SONS 

BRICK ^^^M^M^ COAL AND 

MANUFACTURERS ^i^ .^ BUILDERS' 

Yards: mUBOXi (CnntrartntB supplies 

== Yards : 

Jamestown Street C5lfi5ll<5ll<5ll<5il<5lt(^l$ll<5l 

Roxborough 4002 Ridge Avenue 

• «.• • *^ » » Philadelphia 

Asylum Pike and SchurS Lane 

""ptifd^ethT;' MANAYUNK - PHILADELPHIA ^IZytT 



TELEPHONE CONNECTION ESTABLISHED 1867 

LOUIS RUGER COMPANY 

Manufacturers of 

COPPER AND GALVANIZED IRON CORNICE BAY 

WINDOWS AND SKYLIGHTS, TIN, TILE, 

SLATE AND SLAG ROOFING 

1603-05 N. FOURTH STREET PHILADELPHIA 

139 



THE National Farm School is heated 
by a WEBSTER SYSTEM of Steam 
Heating — the system used in more than 
41,000 of America's fine buildings. : : : 



M^^&M" WARREN WEBSTER & COMPANY 

"^QJif^ff^ Established 1888 

of Steam Heatiiw Camden, N. J. Stephen Girard Building 



Watson & iVlcUamel Co. 

Manufacturers 

McDANIEL STEAM TRAPS 

AND 

WATSON PRESSURE REGULATORS 

146 N. Seventh Street Philadelphia, Pa. 

BELL PHONE, LOMBARD 7863 

Metropolitan Electric Supply Company 

WHOLESALE 

ELECTRIC SUPPLIES 

27 S. SEVENTH STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

CHRIS. HOFFMANN, Inc. 

/I J r 7 Fire Escapes 

rOn yVOrf^S OurSpeaalty 

346 South Fourth Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

140 



STRUCTURAL and j J J T 1 Fire EscalDes 

ORNAMENTAL #.. _ ^^ I A / #_ _ ^ ^^^ n^btupcs 

IRON and STEEL 



Bridal Pure Foods canned goods 

"The Answer's In The Can" DRIED FRUITS 

Satisfy the Most Discriminating Consumer 

THOMAS ROBERTS & COMPANY, Inc., distributors Philadelphia, Pa. 

Established 1875 

Chas. Strickler & Sons 

Importers and Distributors 

Fine Cheese, Delicatessen and Fancy Groceries 

206-208-210-212 Callowhill Street Philadelphia, Pa. 

PURITY lOO^rnt PURITY 

PENN MAR Table Syrup 

Best for every syrtip use— because 
it's made from select cane sugar 

J. STROHMEYER COMPANY, PHILADELPHIA 

E. HUBSCHMAN & SONS 

MANUFACTURERS 

FINE CALF LEATHERS 

S. W. CORNER ORIANNA AND WILLOW STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

BELL PHONE, GARFIELD 1083 

Booth Bottling Company^ Inc. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

QUALITY SOFT DRINKS 

Clearfield and Ruth Sts. Philadelphia 

SMITH & PETERS 

CLOVER BRAND 
Lozenge Makers 

S. W. CORNER HOWARD AND JEFFERSON STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 

141 



F. BRECHT'S SONS 



CIGAR BOX 

MANUFACTURERS 



109-113 North Orianna Street Philadelphia 



Nelson M. Vandegrift, President F. W. Hudtwalcker, Sec. and Treas. 

SHEIP & VANDEGRIFT 

INCORPORATED 

814-832 North Lawrence Street 

Keystone and Bell Telephones PHILADELPHIA 



BELL PHONE 

Victory Cigar Box Company 

315 N. 7TH STREET PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

HENRY H. SHEIP MANUFACTURING CO. 

HARDWOODS and POPLAR LUMBER 

Lock Corner and Polished Wood Boxes Cigar Boxes, Ribbons and Labels 

Offices, Cor. Columbia Ave. and Sixth St. - Phila., Pa. 

CIGAR BOXE S 
RANDOLPH AND JEFFERSON STREETS PHILADELPHIA 

GEORGE H. SNYDER 

PAPER BOXES 

3631-3639 N. SMEDLEY STREET PHILA., PA. 

TIOGA S576-5S77 

142 



IN EVERY GOOD DELICATESSEN STORE ARE 

TONGUES that SPEAK FOR US 

BERNARD PINCUS 

454 to 458 N. AMERICAN ST. :-: PHILADELPHIA 

BELL PHONE KEYSTONE PHONE 

STANDARD PROVISION COMPANY 

Franklin and Callowhill Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. 

PHONE, JACKSON 5384 

CROSS BROS. 

Wholesale Butchers 

ABATTOIR 
222-30 Moore Street PHILADELPHIA 

FRIEDMAN & BELACK 

Manufacturers and Wholesalers of 

FINE PROVISIONS 

Both Phones 634-36 WASHINGTON AVENUE 

U. S. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED 

ESTABLISHED 1892 BOTH PHONES 

S. Sklaroff & Sons 

SMOKED FISH ESTABLISHMENT 

IMPORTERS AND PACKERS OF 
Scotch, Alaska and Holland J-fpYYin €T 

712-714 S. Second Street Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bell Phone, Lombard 2402 ISADORE KOFF, Proprietor 

Enterprise Fish Co. 

WHOLESALE COMMISSION DEALERS IN 

FRESH AND I7IQI-I TERRAPIN, 

SALT WATER -T iOlJ. GAME, &c. 

No. 4 DOCK ST. FISH MARKET 

143 



LDBEfiGEJi 

P00r£J?S' 

Sl/PPl/JES 

S9 //. 2md.St 



<^y^!S>w 



gr onrtpUtttgtttg of 

EDWARD LUPTON 

President 

David Luptons Sons Company 

Philadelphia 

Have You Looked Over Our Line of 
DINING ROOM TABLES? 

// not — why not Give Us a Call? 

PHILADELPHIA TABLE CO. 

INCORPORATED 

1609-11-13-15 N. FIFTH STREET PHILADELPHIA 

Wm. H. McMahen Company 

RED SEAL BEDDING 

Is Making Philadelphia a Better Place to Sleep In 
242 - 44 - 46 South Second Street, Philadelphia 

Philadelphia Furniture 
Company 

1907-11 North Sixth Street Philadelphia, Pa. 

ESTABLISHED 1855 

Thomas Delahunty 

3821 RIDGE AVENUE PHILADELPHIA 

144 



Bell Phone 

S. YELLIN & SON 

Builders 

SPECIAL FACTORY WORK 

222 North 11th Street Philadelphia 

ART WALL DECORATIONS PAPERHANGING 

Edw. Kooperman & Sons, Inc. 

PAINTERS and DECORATORS 

PHONES COR. 29TH AND POPLAR STS. 

Keystone Phone, Bell Phone, 

Main 4024, 4025, 4026 Lombard 4426, 4427, 4428 



H. PERILSTEIN 

POLISHED PLATE 

Jobber in ^p^jj WINDOW 



POLISHED PLATE f^ 1 ^ q q 



^Varehouse, 5 1 5 S. Sixth StrCCt 

510-518 South Randolph Street PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

P hone s 



MONUMENTAL WORKS OF 

B. REIBSTEIN 

7*070 Show Rooms: 

^^^^' 425 S. SIXTH STREET 

425 S. SIXTH STREET HAR NEBO CEMETERY 



M. KRAKOVITZ & SON 

Jobbers in POLISHED PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS 

KRAKOVITZ „ ,, 

Keystone TRADE MARK— BRAND REG. PAT. OFF. ^^" 

Main 1729 r^ j. 1 I^ 1 Oregon 8767 

Krystal-Kleer 

All Kinds of Glass for Builders' Use Plate Glass for Furniture Tops 

Fourth and Morris Streets 



KEYSTONE PHONE, PARK 777 BELL PHONE, MARKET 1734 

SAMUEL ZEITLIN 

HAIR DRAWING MANUFACTURER FOR 

BRUSH MAKERS AND HAIR CLOTH WEAVERS 
1004-10 N. ORKNEY STREET 

Near Fifth and George Streets PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

145 




gYSLWACaOA limtl (gtOITKl 



LIEBERMAN SPECIALTY COMPANY 

[p[XlD[L£\B[I[L[PK]D/^. P/^o 

Biberman Brothers Manufacturers of 

Wash Dresses 

FIFTEENTH AND MT. VERNON STREETS 

Bell, Market 4164 Keystone, Park 5000 

CHAS. SILVER 

Cotton Goods, Remnants and Mill Ends 

UPHOLSTERERS' SUPPLIES and REMNANT SPECIALTIES 

Office and Warehouse 

1104 North Fourth Street Philadelphia, Pa. 

Landis & Company 

Wholesale Dealers, Importers and Manufacturers' Agents of 

CARPETS, RUGS, LINOLEUMS, MATTINGS 
And HOUSEFURNISHINGS 

Salesrooms: 45 N. Third Street Philadelphia, Pa. 

CHERRY-BASSETT COMPANY 

2324 MARKET STREET, PHILADELPHIA 

''^Tutbur.h Trade BESTO V Mcr* ^'"'B^xltrr.or. 

MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES FOR MILK PLANTS, ICE CREAM PLANTS 
AND STORES, DAIRIES AND CREAMERIES 



77205. Haltons Sons 



JACQUARD MACHINES 



Mascher Street below Oxford Street 

146 



ESTABLISHED IE 



William J. Gruhler Co. 

CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS 

HIGH AND BAYNTON STREETS 

GERMANTOWN, PA. 
Bell Phone, Wyoming 1035 

Thomas M. Keeley 
Contractor and Builder 

JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 

4411 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia 



•THAT'S OUR BUSINESS" 
Get Our Prices 



r ¥/-> A 'T'JKJ/^ All If You Conlemplale Installing a 

"^^ i ^^VU ..w. p^jj^j^j^cE SUNBEAM 

IPE OR PIPELESS FURNACES 

We Do It Right and Guarantee It" Gel Our Priceo They Are Lowest 

FRED'K SABIN & CO., Inc. 

HOWARD MILLER, President 237-239-241 BREAD STREET 



HENRY B. PANCOAST CO. 

946-62 N. FRONT STREET PHILADELPHIA 

PIPE : VALVES : FITTINGS : PUMPS 

- : AGENTS FOR : - 
AMERICAN RADIATOR COMPANY - Boilers and Radiators 



Morris Brenner & Sons 

Manufacturers and Distributors of 

WALL COVERINGS 

526 to 536 S. 22nd St. Philadelphia 

The Price Tells and the Service Counts 



JOSEPH BERLINER 

...Metals... 

Belgrade St. and Frankford Ave. FKILADELFHIA 

14/ 



Bell, Frankford 35-13 Keystone, East 75-23 

JOHN MARTIN 

MANUFACTURER OF 

PACKING BOXES 

1835-37 RUAN STREET PHILADELPHIA 

JAMES CARNWATH. President ROBERT CARNWATH. Secretary and Treasurer 

PENNSYLVANIA BOX & LUMBER CO. 

PACKING BOXES, BOX SHOOKS and LAPPING BOARDS 

613 and 615 Cherry St. American and Cumberland Sts. 

PHILADELPHIA 

Bell Phone, Kensington 0811 

JOHN MOFFET 

Lumber and Packing Boxes 

BULKS, MOULDINGS, STAIR W^ORK, SASH AND DOORS, 
SHUTTERS AND BLINDS 

253 W. CAMBRIA STREET PHILADELPHIA 

Established 1857 

ELLWOOD ALLEN LUMBER CO. 

SAW and PLANING MILLS 

Building Lumber, White Pine, Hardwood, Beaver Board, 

Sash, Doors, Shutters, Frames, Moulding, Sheetrock 

Trenton Ave. and Ann St. Philadelphia 

Bell Phone. Wyoming 9187 Keystone Phone, North 0057 

JOHN WARNER 

Hardwoods and Building 

LUMBER 

J707 Hunting Park ^^e- Philadelphia 

JAMES E. TAGUE & COMPANY 

Lumber and Millwork of Every Description 

WOOD TURNING, SASH and SCREENS MADE TO ORDER 

N. E. CORNER 10th STREET and COLUMBIA AVENUE 

Bell, Columbia 3679-80-81 PHILADELPHIA AUTO TRUCK 

Keystone, Park 1194 rniLALULLrniA DELIVERY 

148 



FRED. PEARSON & CO., mc. 

MANUFACTURERS f^f ¥ TOl' ¥ FOR EVERY 
OF A^J— iW'On. PURPOSE 

LEVERINGTON AVENUE AND WILDE STREET 

MANAYUNK, PHILADELPHIA 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

THE SIMONS AND STRUVE 
HOSIERY CO. 

FRANKFORD 

Oxford Dye Works, Inc. 

DYERS OF COTTON AND WOOLEN YARNS 
1410 E. Oxford Street 

PHILADELPHIA 
OLIVER W. KERR 

PRESIDENT BELL PHONE 

BOTH PHONES CHAS. F. CREDO, Mgr. 

JOHN CAMPBELL & CO., Inc. 

Mfrs. of DYESTUFFS and SPECIALTIES 
''CAMAL DYE'' 

2433 N. Orianna Street Philadelphia 

LOOPERS 

LOOPER CUTTERS and 

SEAMERS 

JOHN W. HEPWORTH 

NORTHWEST CORNER 

Lehigh Avenue and Mascher Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



JACOB KNUP WM. J. GUTEKUNST JACOB KNUP, Jr. 

President Vice-Pres. and Treas. Secretary 

The Hellwig Silk Dyeing Company 

Office : NINTH AND BUTTONWOOD STS. 

Plants at Ninth and Buttonwood Sts. and Wissinoming, Philadelphia 
Telephones : Poplar 8194, 8195 Established 1876 PHILADELPHIA 

149 



WILLIAM SKINNER & SONS 

M A N U F A C T U R E R S 

SILKS AND SATINS 
HOLYOKE^MAss. 11 01 -11 05 Markct Strcct 



irk ^arrnut JTabric Ca. 

Fast 'T' \ "p "P Q! For Tying 
Color Jl J^. i C^ %^ Vegetables 

931-937 Market St. Philadelphia 

WEIMAR BROTHERS 

Manufacturers of 

TAPES, BINDINGS and 
NARROW FABRICS 

2046-48 AMBER STREET :: PHILADELPHIA 

F. We Maurer & Sons Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Window Shade Trimmings, Tapes, Bindings 
and Narrow Fabrics 

OFFICE and SALESROOM : 

WAYNE AVENUE AND BRISTOL STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

MATTHEW MURPHY & SON 

Manufacturers of 

Tapes and Bindings 

I?. E. Cor. Third and Cumberland Streets 

PHILADELPHIA 

i he William H. Lorimer's Sons Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

MERCERIZED COTTON 
YARN 

ONTARIO & LAWRENCE STS. PHILADELPHIA 

150 




THE ROOFS OF THE DAIRY LABORATORY AND BARNS 

ON THE ERLANGER FARMS OF THE NATIONAL 

FARM SCHOOL ARE COVERED WITH 

AMBLER ASBESTOS SHINGLES 

THE FIREPROOF, WEATHERPROOF, CURLPROOF, 
EVERLASTING ROOFING MATERIAL 



FOUR REASONS WHY THEY WERE USED 

They Wear Forever 

AMBLER ARTISTIC SHINGLES are fireproof, permanent, good looking 
and entirely free from upkeep expense. 

They provide a roof and sidewalls that will practically last forever without 
repairing or patching — a roof that will never require paint and can never 
wear out. 

They Are Fireproof 

The fire protection that Ambler Asbestos Shingles give is one of the strong 
reasons for its growing popularity in the country and suburbs, where pro- 
visions for fighting fire are generally limited. 

They Are Weatherproof 

To construct a roof or sidewall that is weatherproof, will not admit rain or 
moisture, cannot burn or carry fire, and is not affected by sudden and 
violent changes of weather. 

They Are Artistically Attractive 

A roof that combines all these wonderful points of superiority with the 
possibility of unusual decorative treatment. Ambler Asbestos Shingle roofs 
are beautiful roofs, the lines are clean-cut and uniform, and they retain 
their original beauty without further attention. 

For Particulars Write 

ASBESTOS SHINGLE, 

SLATE & SHEATHING 

COMPANY 

Ambler - Penna. 



BRANCHES 

Boston, Mass. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Chicago, 111. 
Cleveland, Ohio 
Detroit, Mich. 



BRANCHES 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
New York, N. Y. 
Philadelphia, Penna. 
Pittsburgh, Penna. 



Washington. D. C. Wilkes-Barre, Penr 



Omafia, Nebraska 



151 



Re-inforced Paving and 

Concrete Sewers 



JOHN S. BAILEY 



GENERAL 



Contractor 



111 BROAD STREET 



Phone Connections DoyleStOWIl, Pa. 



152 



Both Phones 



Electrical Contracting 
Radio Supplies 



Piiii^@giupm^ 




Automotive 

Electrical 

Equipment 



Autolite, Bosch, Gray and Davis, Connecticut 
DynetO'Eng. and Bendix Drive 



Delco-Remy Northeast 


Klaxon 


RCA Atwater-Kent 


Erla 


RADIOS 




Timken Bearings Ball 


Bearings 



Charles B. Moyer 

Doylestown, Pa. 



153 



Philadelphia Suburban 
Gas & Electric Company 

GAS & ELECTRIC 
APPLIANCES 



Main Office : - : - Jenkintown, Penna. 



W. C. Fleck & Bro. 

Incorporated 

HARDWARE 

309 York Road -:- -:- Jenkintown, Pa. 



PRINTING ^f\ 

X. - ^ , careful 



lail and Telephone Orders 
given the same prompt and 
- ^.^^ — eful attention as if delivered 

^■4- f jiirilij-ii personally at our office. 



NORMAN B. NUSS 

203 SOUTH MAIN STREET 
BELL TELEPHONE 154 NORTH WALES. PENNA. 

154 



O. HENRIKSEN 



BELL TELEPHONE 815 R 5 



Bakery 



BREAD f<a ICf^'W^T CAKE 



Steam Baked — Fresh Every Day 



PLUMSTEADVILLE - PA. 



Philadelphia Office Doylestown Office 

7 N. Front St. Telephone, Doylestown 342 W 

Telephone, Market 3548 



W. H. DARE 

Doylestown and Philadelphia Express 
MOVING AND HAULING 

Telephone Hathoro 40 

HARTSVILLE, PENNA. 



155 



Visit Clymer's Department Store 

OUR SPECIALTIES : 

"Maytag" Washing Machines 

"Novelty" Pipeless and Hot Air Heaters 

"Beechwood" and "Novelty" Ranges 

Fox "Sunbeam" Pipeless and Hot Air Heaters 

All Kinds of Oil Stoves 

"Hoover" and "Universal" Electric Cleaners 

"Hoosier" Kitchen Cabinets 

Automobile Tires and Tubes 

Living Room Suites and Furniture 

CLYMER'S DEPARTMENT STORE Doylestown, Pa. 



WM. C. GROFF H. R. CARWITHEN 

GROFF & CARWITHEN 



COAL FEED SAND 

LUMBER SLAG 

MILL WORK CEMENT 

NEW TILE CELOTEX 

LADDERS TERRA COTTA PIPE 
FLUE LINING 
ROOFING MATERIALS 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

PHONE, 420 



156 



BELL PHONES: I Office.^189^ 



H. B. Rosenberger 



FEED 



Coal, Hay, Straw, Cement, Sand, Stone, Lime, 
Terra Cotta Pipe, Brick, Flue Lining, Etc. 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



C. S. Wetherill 
& Son 

COAL SAND 

LUMBER SLAG 

MILL WORK CEMENT 

ROOFING MATERIALS 
BRISTOL Pennsylvania 



157 



Dublin 
Pants Company 

I. ROD 

Dublin, Pa. 



a 



Superior^' Septic Tank 

Requires No Cleaning Out No Filth 

Sewage Disposal No Disease Germs 

Without Sewers No Odor 




Equally adapted for farms, suburban homes and bunga- 
lows not having sewer facilities. Endorsed by health 
experts, engineers and thousands of satisfied customers. 

Manufactured only by 

OL. ROSENBERGER'S SONS 

Septic Tanks and Burial Vaults LANSDALE, PA. 

158 



I sxn«5flsxl** Silk Hosiery 
l.acnsaek.le company 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Fine Sheer Chiffon All-Silk Hosiery 
LANSDALE, PA. 

Townsend Manufacturing Company 

HATFIELD, PA. 

Manufacturers of 

''NULASTIC" for Corset and 
Brassiere Trade 

AGENT AGENT 

E. W. JENKINS JOHN G. CHAPMAN 

301 Mariner and Merchants Building 1123 Broadway 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. NEW YORK 

BELL PHONE: 35 

HENRY J. KAUFLIE 

Contractor and Builder 

Hardwood Floors — Laid, Scraped and Finished 

156 E. MAIN STREET : LANSDALE, PA. 

ESTATE OF GEO. S. SNYDER 

Hatfield Mills, Coal and Lumber Yards 

LUMBER OF QUALITY : MILL FEEDS 

Specialties — Excelsior Brands 
TABLE CORN MEAL, BUCKWHEAT FLOUR 
HIGH GRADE WHITE RYE FLOUR, WHEAT 
and RYE GRAHAMS, BALED HAY and STRAW 

Service and Quality Our Slogan 
Phones 44 and 39 J HATFIELD, PA. 

159 



ESTABLISHED 1872 

HISTAND BROS. 

Slate, Tin and Asbestos 

ROOFING 

Spouting, Copper Cable Lightning Rods 

Shop: South Hamilton Street 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

THE DOYLESTOWN BAZAAR 

Sale Every Friday 

Everything Sold on Commission 

ARTHUR A. FRETZ 

Auctioneer 

NORTH MAIN STREET DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



PHONE, LANS. 4 



Lansdale Brick Company 

MFRS. SHALE BRICK 

FOR ALL PURPOSES 

Lansdale, Pa. 

BeeclimoodL 

Furnaces Enameled Ranges 

QUAKERTOWN STOVE WORKS 

QUAKERTOWN, PA. 

160 



Brumbach Clothing Company, Inc. 

Manufacturers of 

Men's and Young Men's 
Suits and Trousers 

S. H. KENDIG, Manager Lansdale, Pennsylvania 



New York Office 

215 4th Ave. 

Stuy. 9472 



^eo^M-c"--L, PANTALOONS 

W. A. Crouthamel & Son 

" ^404-406 °Main Street SOUDERTON, PA. 

Local and Long Distance Bell Telephone 148-R-3 

/ G. GODSHALL 

Manufacturer of 

White and Fancy SHIR TS an/BLousiF 
TELFORD, PA. 

Zendt Brothers 

Manufacturers of CLfOTHIMG 

Souderton, Pa. 
^ otnpltrrtgnts of 

Mrs. J. C. Crouthamel 

Clothing Manufacturer PERKASIE, PA. 

ROYAL PANTS CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

...FINE TROUSERS... 

WALNUT ST., NEAR MAIN ST. PERKASIE, PA. 

ARTHUR H. MOVER, Mgr. 

161 



Executes Trusts Pays Interest on Deposits Insures Titles 

Bucks County Trust Company 

Authorized Capital, $250,000; Paid-in Capital, $125,000; Surplus, $200,000 

HENRY A. JAMES, President OSCAR 0. BEAN, First Vice-President 

C. S. WETHERILL, Second Vice-President 

GEORGE H. MILLER, Secretary and Treasurer HARRY C. GARNER, Asst. Secretary 

DOYLESTOWN, PENNA. 

DOYLESTOWN TRUST COMPANY 

CHARTERED 1896 

Authorized Capital, $250,000.00 
Paid-in Capital, $125,000.00 - Surplus, $140,000.00 



START A SAVING FUND ACCOUNT AND WATCH IT GROW 



Phone 412-R-I 

Doylestown Concrete, Brick and Block Co. 


BRICKS ■ 


- SAND - BLOCKS - GRAVEL 


PLANT 
NEW BRITAIN 


Doylestown, Pa, 



Graham Brothers Trucks 

and 

Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicles 

DOYLESTOWN A. N. Hellyer phone 221 

ANDRE BARNDT and HOFFMAN, Inc. 

Wholesale and Retail 
BITUMINOUS COAL ANTHRACITE 

Office, West State Street DOYLESTOWN 

Doylestown Steam Laundry 

OFFICE AND PLANT 

201-05 North Broad Street 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

Hotel and Institution Work 

162 



Capital, $150,000.00 Surplus and Profits, $590,000.00 Resources, $3,880,000.00 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

of LANSDALE, PA. 
Banking Department Trust Department 

CHECKINC ACCOUNTS WE ACT AS 

r-PDTt^iV^i^^i^^^V^D^^ci-i- EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR 

CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT GUARDIAN, TRUSTEE, 

CHRISTMAS CLUB ASSIGNEE, RECEIVER, 

SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES REGISTRAR of STOCKS 

TRAVELERS CHECKS and BONDS, Etc. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

LANSDALE, PA. 

W. A. BRECHT HENRY L. FREED 

President TRADE " KRUP P" MARK Secy, and Treas. 

KRUPP FOUNDRY CO. 

Manufacturers of 

High-Grade Cast Iron Soil Pipe and Fittings 

IRON CASTINGS FOR THE PLUMBING SUPPLY TRADE 

LANSDALE, PA. 

ABRAM COX COMPANY 

ESTABLISHED 1847 

Novelty Fortune 

STEAM AND HOT WATER BOILERS GAS RANGES COMBINATION RANGES 

TANK HEATERS, FURNACES, RANGES AND GAS WATER HEATERS 

LANSDALE, PA. 
Bell Telephone 297 

LANSDALE ICE AND STORAGE CO. 

INCORPORATED 

Depend on Ice in All Weather 

Plants 

LANSDALE, PA. 
PERKASIE, PA. 

BARKER PIPE FITTINGS CO, 

Supplies and Specialties for Steam, Water, Gas and Oil 

PIPE, VALVES, FITTINGS AND TOOLS 

Pipe Cutting and Threading to Sketch 

OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE 

MARKLEY STREET, Near MARSHALL 

Norristown, Pa. 
BELL TELEPHONE 1614 

163 



F. D. HARTZEL'S SONS CO. 

FLOUR, FEED, COAL, SEEDS, FERTILIZER 
and BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 

CHALFONT - :: - PA. 

R. H. BRYAN 

GENERAL BLACKSMITH 

Horseshoeing and Wheelwright 

Repairing All Kinds of Machinery All Work Guaranteed 

Bell Phone 378-J-12 NEW BRITAIN, PA. 

BELL PHONE 448 KEYSTONE PHONE 22-X 

GEORGE SOMMER 

MANUFACTURER OF 

"SOMMERMAID" 15 I T "T "T 17 D 

AND "BONSOR" D VJ I 1 E^ IV 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

Fritzlyn Farms guernseys 

W. F. FRETZ 

PIPERSVILLE - - - PENNA. 

Bell Phone, Buckingham 43-R-ll 

WALTER B. WILEY 
Buyer and Shipper of Hay and Straw 

MECHANICSVILLE, PA. 

COMPLIMENTS OF LONG DISTANCE PHONE 170 

THE KELLER POTTERY COMPANY 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Standard Flower Pots, Azalea Pots, 

Bulb Pans, Etc. 
North Wales Pennsylvania 

164 



J. CARROLL MOLLOY 
REALTOR 



22 EAST COURT STREET - : - DOYLESTOWN, PA 

Specializing in farm properties. A long experience in selling farms en- 
ables us to give you a new kind of service. Bring your problems to us. 

Compliments of 

i>. A. ^ar&a printing Company 

PRINTING §tatxantm engraving 
"Everything for the Office" 

28 WEST STATE STREET Phone 369-J DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

STRAND 

DOYLESTOWN 

The Home of the Best Photoplays 

DIMMIG & LEAR 

Fancy Fruit Produce Groceries Vegetables 
Fish, Oysters and Clams in Season 

23 West State Street Doylestown, Pa. 

DOYLESTOWN 137 
PHONE, DOYLESTOWN 117-M 

ANTHONY M. OTT 

WELL DRILLER 

162 N. CHURCH STREET DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

BELL PHONE 176-M 

W. L. HEACOCK 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

HARDWOOD LUMBER 

171 Mechanic Street Doylestown, Pa. 

165 



Rob't Shoemaker & Co., Inc. 

BENDER BROS. 

D. ATLAS & CO. 
N. HALPERT 

714 Sansom Street 

ANDREW BROWN 
MURPHY BROS. 

Industrial Cold Storage and 
Warehouse Co. 

MAX ROUNICK 

BEITCHMAN BROS. 

I. J. HORSTMANN 

STILES BROS. 



I. Halpern Bros. & Co., Inc. 

Compliments of 

F. T. GUCKER 



Chas. H. Beifield and Co. 



American Milling Company 



/. R. GRUNDY 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

WM. R. CHAPMAN 
MRS. C. HORWITZ 

1 2th and City Line 

I. WAGMAN 
A. BERKMAN 

GERMANTOWN 

E. S. PERKINS 
5. F. Woodhouse 

K. FELDMAN 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

A. WEINFELD & SON 
WM. F. BELSTERLING 

441 N. 3rd Street 
COMPLIMENTS OF 

S. HIRSHENHORN & SONS 

137 N. 3rd Street 

CHABROW BROS. 



PETER SCULLY 

WM. YOUNG 
K. AGRE & SON 

133 Pine Street 



166 



PETER HELLBERG 
Florist 



CHALFONT, PA. 



Carnations and Sweet Peas a Specialty 



Harry H. Histand 
ARCHITECT 



DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



G. E. Willard 

IC 



and Cold 
Storage 



West Ashland Street 

Doylestown, Pa. 
Bell Phone 26-IV! 



Established 1892 

5. H. SWARTLEY 

MANUFACTURER OF and DEALER IN 

Pure Cider and Cider Vinegar 

New Barrels and Kegs 

Cider Mill and Warehouse, 228 to 240 Wood St. 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

Special Attention to Telephone Orders 
Store 107-J Residence 193-R 

H. R. GEHMAN 



Manufacturer 
of 



Harness 



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

CoHars, Whips, Blankets, Trunks, Bags, 

Auto Robes and Auto Supplies, Etc. 

Automobile Tires and Tubes 



DOYLESTOWN, 



PENN A 



Dr. Wesley Massinger 



Veterinarian 



CHALFONT 



PENNA. 



NYCE PLANING 
MILL COMPANY 

Doors, Sash, Linabestos, Wall- 
Board, Building and Roofing 
Papers, Certainteed Shingles 
Mill Work and Building 
Material 

239 Decatur Street 
Bell Phone 457 DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

Pine Run Country 
Club, Inc, 

HORSHAM TOWNSHIP 

Commercial Club 

AMBLER. PA. 
Green Fee - - $2.00 

BELL PHONE, AMBLER 497 

S. M. Arcade 

FIRST-CLASS 

SHOE REPAIRING 

and Shoe Shining Parlor 

33 East State Street 
Doylestown 

Bell Phone 400 



HAYM AN-RADCLI FF 
MOTOR COMPANY 

"SALES" f^l . /^. -SERVICE' 

Authorizedi^fieVrOlet Dealer 

TAXIS TO HIRE 

STATE and MAIN STREETS 
Doylestown, Pa. 



167 



John F. Mcllvaine Co. 

325 MARKET STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

COMBINATION 
Mac LAST 

BLACK KID TAN 

IN STOCK 

Sizes 3 to 9 Widths A to E 



Bell Phone 
Market 2172 



Specialties 
FELT SLIPPERS 



H. Heicklen 

Wholesale 

SHOE STORE SUPPLIES 

Specialties 

Infants' and Children's Shoes 

421 Market St. Philadelphia, Pa. 
ESTABLISHED 1817 

Monroe Bros. & Co. 

Wholesale Distributors of 

SHOES and RUBBER 
FOOTWEAR 

49 NORTH THIRD STREET 
Philadelphia 

CHARLES T. ROBINSON 

Bags and 

Bagging 

107-109 Walnut Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

W. BODEK CO. 

Hosiery 

53-55 N. Third Street 
PHILADELPHIA 



^omp/i'menfs of 



ELIAS WILF 

209 and 211 CHESTNUT ST, 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Harry Cohen & Co. 

NOILS, WOOL, WASTE 

and Manufacturers of 

WORSTED YARNS 

216 Chestnut Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

F. W. HOFFMAN & CO. 

Everything for the Janitor 

Cleaning Materials 
Sanitary Equipment 

35 and 37 South Fourth Street 
PHILADELPHIA 



Frank H. Stewart Electric Co. 

37 and 39 N. SEVENTH ST. 

OLD MINT BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA 

Jas. L. Wilson & Co. 
DRY GOODS 

COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS 

239 CHESTNUT STREET 
Philadelphia 



168 



Compliments of 

ARMON & 
COMPANY 

35 S. Second Street 

PHILADELPHIA 
Bell Phone Keystone Phone, Main 3145 

Standard 
Upholstered Furniture Co. 

Manufacturers of 

FINE PARLOR anc/ 
LIBRARY FURNITURE 

209 North Second Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bell, Market 1036 Keystone, Park 2817 

D. Becker & Sons 

Manufacturers of 

UPHOLSTERED 
FURNITURE 

1151 to 1161 N. THIRD STREET 

PHILADELPHIA PA. 

Philip L. Sheerr 

AND SONS 

Manufacturers 

Hairvas 

Soft Roll Interlinings 
Orchard and Van Dyke Sts. 

Frankford, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Spiral Mailing Tubes Round Cartons 

G. A. F. Gentzsch 

Manufacturer of 

Plain and Fancy Paper Boxes 

S. E. Cor. 21st and Jefferson Sts. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Bell, Market 1373 
Keystone, Main 1725 

WILLIAM J. KEES 



PACKING BOX 

MANUFACTURER 

111-13-15-17 N. ORIANNA ST. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



D, ( Poplar 5372 We Buy and Sell 

Phones - r, aizti 

( Kace - 4573 Everything in Burlap 

Guarantee Burlap Bag Co. 

Incorporated 
NEW AND SECOND-HAND 

BAGS 
URLAP 
AGGING 
ARREL COVERS 

27th and Brown Sts., Philadelphia 



The Perkiomen 
Trunk & Bag Co. 

INCORPORATED 

27 So, Fourth Street 
Philadelphia 

C. H. SPROWLES 

Paper Box 
Manufacturer 

Frankford Ave. and Ruan St. 

Frankford, Philadelphia 
NEW YORK CHICAGO LOS ANGELES 

OEHRLE BROTHERS 

COMPANY 

PHILADELPHIA 



Upholstery Trimmings Rope Portieres 



1.69 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



JOS. M. ADAMS COMPANY 



WORSTED AND WOOLEN YARNS 



MANAYUNK, PHILADELPHIA 



Bell 
Oregon 3958 



Keystone 
Main 7917 



Compliments of 

Modern 
Cloth Sponging Co, 

1030 South Tenth Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

GIRARD SMELTING AND 
REFINING CO. 

RICHMOND AND TIOGA STS. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Charles J. Williams 

SANITARY PLUMBING 
STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING 

2237-41 N. 30th STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

Phone, Poplar 0782 

LOVE CONE CO., Inc. 

Wholesale Bakers of 

French Hand Rolled 

Sweet Cake Cones 

Love's Butter Pretzels 

953-55-57 N. HUTCHINSON ST. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



GEORGE H. RAPSON 

Conveyancer and 

Real Estate Broker 



51 N. SIXTH STREET 

Philadelphia 

BELL, MARKET 1570 

S. SMITH 

DIAMONDS 

WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY 

/046 N. SECOND STREET 

Philadelphia 

FAXSON'S SANITARY 
SWEEPING COMPOUND 

Brooms, Dusters, Brushes 

KEEPS THE DUST DOWN RIGHT PRICES 

PAXSON MANUFACTURING CO. 

1026-28 N. THIRD STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 

COCOANUT SPECIALTY CO. 
Melrose Confections 

1214 Crease Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



BELL - MARKET 5110 OPEN SUNDAYS 
KEYSTONE, PARK 2972 

ART MONUMENT NOVELTY CO. 

Monuments in Marble and Granite 

Office and Works: 

1006 NORTH 4TH STREET 
Philadelphia 

Evenings Call 
Waverly 4365 



170 



H. Toggweiler 

HEATERS 
RANGES 
ROOFING 

3 1 20 Ridge Avenue 

PHILADELPHIA 



Compliments of 

JOHN H. RICHTER 

3021 West York Street 
PHILADELPHIA 



Bell Phone, Tioga 2556 

Wm. Goodwin & Son 

Southwest Corner 

21st and Westmoreland Streets 

Plumbing 

Heating 

Roofing 

Bell, Diamond 4320 Keystone Park 4333 

THE KRUGER & BLIND CO. 

GENERAL MACHINISTS 

ALL MAKES OF ENGINES, 
ICE MACHINES AND PUMPS REPAIRED 

OfEce and Works : 

511-513 Master Si., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bell, Columbia 6142 Keystone, Park 1942 

J. LORBER 

JOBBER OF 

Plumbing, Heating 

and RooEng Supplies 

1930-32 Germantown Ave. 
PHILADELPHIA 



BELL PKONE 



ALBERT F. KAERCHER 

ROOFING Safety Guard Appliances 
HEATING Sheet Metal Work . . 



OFFICE 

2904-06 West Fletcher Street 

PHILADELPHIA 

Hugh Hazlelt & Son 

Carpenters 
and Builders 

1701 N. Twentieth Street 
PHILADELPHIA 

Telephone Connection 

F. M. VENZIE & CO. 

Incorporated 

CONTRACTING PLASTERERS 

Manufacturers of 

Art Marble Artificial Stones 

Art Travertine Ornamental Plaster 

2608-28 W. Huntingdon Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Market 1332 



Park 4078 



H. SACKS CO. 

Wholesale Jobbers in 

PLUMBING, HEATING 
and ROOFING SUPPLIES 

Franklin and Poplar Streets 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

All Sizes PIPE New and Second Hand 

FOR ALL PURPOSES 

Furnished with New Tnreads and Couplings 
or Cut to Specifications 

FITTINGS, VALVES, ETC. 

Frank Griffith 

412 to 424 MOVER STREET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



171 



Bell Telephone, Frankford 0197 

Sylvania Dyeing Co., Inc. 

DYERS and BLEACHERS 

of 

SILK HOSIERY 

4351 ELIZABETH STREET 

FRANKFORD, PHILADELPHIA 

JACQUARD THREAD 

R. J. Ederer 
Thread Co. 

Flax Spinners and Manufacturers of 
Linen Threads 

Unity and Elizabeth Streets 
Frankford, Phila. 

Compliments of 

Adelphia Worsted Mills 

Manufacturers of 

Worsteds and Woolens 

Shackamaxon and Wildey Streets 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Betzold Bros. 

Dressers and Cleaners of 

FURS 

3525-27-29 N. Second Street 



Compliments of 

Thos. Dawson & Co. 

DYERS 

Amber and Silver Streets 



New York Office, 366 Broadway 

Brownhill & Kramer 

Manufacturers of 
FULL-FASHIONED AND SEAMLESS 

HOSIERY 



East Columbia Ave. 
Memphis and Orange Streets 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Telephone Connections 

Cable Address: "KEMPF" Philadelphia 

Wm. F. Kempf & Son 

Manufacturers of 

COCOA MATS 
and MATTING 

1027 North Fourth Street 
Philadelphia 

John D. Grover & Sons Co. 

WOOL and HAIR 
Somerset and Tulip Sts. 

PHILADELPHIA 

Penn Embroidery Co. 

Manufacturers of 

EMBROIDERIES 
and NOVELTIES 



2611 West York Street 

KEMPF BROTHERS 

Manufacturers of 

Shredded Waste 



Office and Factory: 

2613-19 Coral Street 

Warehouse: 

2619-21 Emerald Street 



172 



Established 1883 

John Galbraith 

WOODEN BOXES, CRATES 
AND SHOOKS 

Schuylkill Ave. and Bainbridge St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



5796 
5797 



Telephones 



J. T. RILEY, Inc. 

LUMBER 

618 AND 626 PINE STREET 
Philadelphia 

Bell, Lombard 5686 Keystone, Main 4288 

MITTIN BROS. 

LUMBER 

Mill Work, Beaver Board 
and Sheetrock 

780-782 SOUTH SECOND STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

John W. Moore 

RETAIL LUMBER 

2619 Susquehanna Avenue 
Philadelphia 

Bell Pho.ie, PO?LAR 05J1 

WM. J. WANG 

Ice Cream 
Water Ices, Fancy Cakes 



1428 COLUMBIA AVENUE 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Jas. S. McCaulej 



J. Irvine Crummer 



ESTABLISHED 1857 



J. & W. McCAULEY 

PACKING BOX 

MANUFACTURERS 

963-971 FRANKFORD AVENUE 
PHILADELPHIA 

Bell Phone. Dickinson 0453 
Keystone, Race 5651 A 

JOHN J. FODEY 

Dealer in 

BOXES 

25TH and TASKER STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 



IT'S A PLEASURE TO TAKE A 
BATH IN A ROOM LINED WITH 

UPSON TILE 

Imexfeuuve and Lasts a Lifetime 

ALEXANDER ADAIRE 

LUMBER DEALER 

Howard, Berks and Mascher Sts. 

BELL PKONE— COL. 7375 

HENRY W.NEWMAN 

CENTRAL BARREL WORKS 

Barr^ Bought of All Descriptions 

2617-31 W, HAROLD STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



D. c.. I 6640 

rlione, btevenson I jjg.i 

Chas. A. Green & Son, Inc. 

HORSE MANURE 
COW MANURE 

(Jn Carlots) 

PULVERIZED SHEEP MANURE 

(In 100 Lb, Burlap Bags) 

1236-40 N. NINTH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



173 



Bell Phone, Lombard 1815 

Feldenheimer & Bulkin 

MAKERS OF 

COATS, SUITS 
AND DRESSES 

121 N. SEVENTH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Established 1829 Both Telephones 

CHARLES DORRANCE JONES 

Formerly J. JONES & BRO. 

Office: 429 LOCUST STREET 
OILS and GREASES 

Warehouses 

429 LOCUST STREET Philadelphia 

326 S. LAWRENCE ST. 

Ballian Oils, Creases and Soaps 

"\T'orth mtfre than they cost" 



POPLAR 0190 

QUAKER CITY 
PAPER BOX COMPANY 

Incorporated 

TWELFTH AND BROWN STS. 

PHILADELPHIA 

THE PROGRESS 
PAPER BOX MFG. CO. 

Manufacturing of all kinds of 

PAPER BOXES 

821-25 NORTH I3TH ST. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

North American Button 
Manufacturing Company 

INCORPORATED 
Manufacturers of 

IVORY BUTTONS 

Howard and Palmer Streets 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. 



Alfred C. Haines 

PLATE and WINDOW 

GLASS 

56 NORTH FRONT STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

SHOETTLE 
PAPER BOX COMPANY 

FRONT AND LAUREL STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 



RALPH J. SKOETTLE 

Manager 



Adelphia 
Pearl 
Button Co. 



174 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

PEARL BUTTONS 

3309-11 N. Randolph St. 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

Monogram Brand 
Trade Marf^s Reg, in b\ S, Pat. Office 

GEORGE K. HALE 
MFG. CO. 

Manufacturers of 

BONE BUTTONS 

S. W. Cor. 3rd & CUMBERLAND STS. 

PHlLADELPnIA 



M. HALPERN & SONS 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

HIGH-GRADE 
UPHOLSTERING FRAMES 

2229-31 N. AMERICAN STREET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



C. HYMAN 



H. LIEBERMAN 



HYMAN & LIEBERMAN 

Wholesale Commission Merchants in 

FRUITS and PRODUCE 



127 DOCK STREET 



Telephone Connections PHILA., PA. 



BELL. JACKSON 1675 KEYSTONE. MAIN 1039 

DAVID AVERBACH 

Manufacturer of and Wholesale Dealer in 

BOLOGNA, SAUSAGES 
PICKLED TONGUES, BEEF, ETC. 

S. E. Cor. Moyamensing Ave. and Moore St. 
PHILADELPHIA 



Isaac M. SheafTer 



Stanley Marvel 



Sheaffer & Marvel 

Wholesalers and Jobbers 

BUTTER AND EGGS 

106 N. Delaware Avenue 

Philadelphia 

Phones: References; 

Keystone, Main 3561 Union Nat. Bank, Phila. 

Bell, Market 1166 Dun's & Bradstreet's 

Members Phila. Produce Exchange 



UNITED 
BEEF AND PROVISION CO. 

Wholesalers and Manufacturers 

SMOKED MEATS AND SAUSAGES 

900-12 Poplar Street 

Philadelphia 

Both Pfiones 



PHILADELPHIA 



NEW YORK 



N. &. H. O'Donnell Cooperage Co. 

Manufacturers of 

SLACK BARRELS 

MOORE STREET. WATER TO S^X'ANS^N 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Edward Roberts 

FRUITS and 
VEGETABLES 

220-22 Dock Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Bell, Lombard 3395 Keystone, Main 1409 

ROSEMOUNT TUB BUTTER 

SAMUEL SALER 

Dealer in 

BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE 

Office and Warehouse 

38 SOUTH WATER STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Bell, Oregon 2354 



Keystone, Main 2721 



Julius Lackow Harry Kimmelman 

Max Cohen 

South Philadelphia 
Dressed Beef Company 

ABATTOIR AND OFFICE 

232 TO 240 MOORE STREET 

P. CALLAHAN 
Teamster 



1305 ARCH STREET 



Bell, Lombard 2916 George H. Buzby 

Lombard 2917 Louis M. Buzby 



Keystone, Main 7589 



G. Harold Buzby 



C. M. Buzby & Sons 

LUMBER and MILL WORK 
BEAVER BOARD 

612-632 WASHINGTON AVE. 
Philadelphia 



175 



ARMY and NAVY GOODS 

of Every Description 

Complete Camping Equipments 

Write— Phone— Call on Us 

DREIFUS & CO., Inc. 

2007-2009 Frankford Avenue 

12 and 14 South Second Street 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

MAHLON A. YOUNG 

MANUFACTURER ¥ |^ T 
AND SHIPPER OF * ^-^ *-^ 

MAIN OFFICE AND PLANT 

1944-52 N. PHILIP STREET 

p. & R. Railway Co. Depot. 

American and Berths Streets 

2144-46 CIcnu'ood Avenue 

BELL PHONE 

CARSON BROTHERS 

Hauling Contractors 

DAILY TO AND FROM 
Kensington (Penna. R. R.) 
Second and Berks (P. & R.) 
1802 N. Front Street 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

Isaac G. Ferguson 

Teamster and Rigger 
Front and Palmer Streets 

Both Phones 

Standard Packing Box Co. 

Manufacturers of 

The Kind of B O X E S You Wanl 
WHEN YOU WANT THEM 

A and Venango Streets 
PHILADELPHIA 



Established 1875 

Bell Phone, Market 2977 
Res. Phone, Fox Chase 1937-J 

CHARLES JANN 

SANITARY PLUMBING 

Steam and Hot Water Heating 
Gas Fitting 

505-07-09 N. Lawrence Street 

Philadelphia 

Jobbing pronnptly attended to 

J. BENDER 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

RAGS, PAPER, IRON 
and METALS 



2521 RIDGE AVENUE 



PHILA. 



123 N. Monlpelier Ave. Bell Phone 

Atlantic City, N. J. POPLAR Keystone Phone 

0950 

TRY 

G. E. BROWNBACK 

T)hl Famous Golden Butter 

RIDGE AVE. FARMERS' MARKET 

1810 Ridge Ave., Philadelphia 
A Phone Call or Postal Will Receive Prompt Attention 

Bell, Market 3945 Keystone, Main 5871 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

The Clean Towe! Supply Co. 

430 RACE STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

Office and Factory Towel Service 



FRANK KELLEY, Jr. 
President 



FRANK KELLEY 
Secretary and Treasurer 



Peerless Belt Lacing Machine Co. 

Manufacturers of the 

PEERLESS BELT LACER 

Coiled Wire Lacing, Spiral Needles and Rawhide Pins 
SWANSON & MOORE STS. 

Telephone Connection PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Cable Address: "COGS" Philadelphia 



176 



PAPER MILL SUPPLY CO 

WASTE PAPER 

Office 

2029-31 W. MADISON STREET 
Phila.. Pa. 



Bell, Diamond 2469 Columbia 5528 

Keystone, Park 4025 

Joseph Albert & Son 

DEALERS IN 

SCRAP IRON and METALS 

Highest Prices Paid 

1806-08-10 N. 25th St. Philadelphia 

Bell Phone. 1 552 Oregon— Keystone Phone. 7686 Main 

CHRISTOPH KOCH CO. 

Dealers and Manufacturers 
oj All Kinds of 

SLACK BARRELS 

HALF BARRELS . - - - KEGS 

Office and Works 

WATER ST. to SWANSON ST. 

Below McKean Street 
PHILADELPHIA 



Bell. Walnut 0673 



Keystone, Race 2022 



SOUTHWARK SMELTING 
AND REFINING CO. 

White Metals and Drosses 

717-23 S. TWELFTH STREET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

MINK SMELTING 

... AND ... 

REFINING WORKS 

A^. E. Corner 

18th and Washington Ave. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Bell Phone, Lombard 7676 
Keystone Phone, Main 6727 

Manufacturers of 

NEW BURLAP BAGS 

Dealers in SECOND-HAND BAGS 
606-10 S. Water Street 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Bell, 
Oregon 6815 



Keystone, 
Main 4366 



Trade SAXSON'S Mark 

L. SACKS & SONS 

Plumbing and 
Heating Supplies 

1417 South Eighth Street 

Warehouse: 1418 So. Franklin Si. 1519 So. Franklin St. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Bell, Oregon 5134 Keystone, Main 6104 

Oregon 8454-W 

J. Frank & Son 

Bottlers of 
SOFT DRINKS 

612-616 MCORE STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

JOS. EICHMANN 



^^WAGON BUILDER 



1219 Bainbridge Street 



LOMBARD 5897 MAIN 3564 

S. MAXMAN 

Paper Makers' Supplies 

New 

Cotton and Woolen 

Cuttings 

515 SOUTH RANDOLPH STREET 
Philadelphia 



177 



IfYon Come lo Tioga, See THE-MAN-ON-THE-SPOT 




CHARLES W. RUETER 

..Everything in Real Estate.. 
1703 W. TIOGA STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

BANK and OFFICE PARTITIONS 

John E. Sjoslrom Co. 

Incorporated 

CABINET MAKERS 

1719 NORTH TENTH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Charles A. Sadler 



R. E. Sadler 



Members of Phila. Real Estate Board, Inc. 
Penna., 1908 

ESTABLISHED 1868 

Wm. Sadler's Sons 

Successors to William Sadler 

Real Estate Brokers and Insurance 

Houses Bought, Sold and Rented 
Care of Estates a Specialty 

1526 Columbia Ave. Philadelphia 



Fred. P. McCarthy 

Slpctrical Contractors 



4511 LANCASTER AVE. 



Charles Gross 

PASTEURIZED 

Milk and 
Cream 



2123 Westmoreland Street 
PHILADELPHIA 

Phones: Belmont 6995 West 25 

S. MARGOLIS 

Dealer in 

Coal and Ice 

Office and Yard 

Forty-eighth and Parkside Avenue 

Philadelphia 

Agents for RUSSWIN Hardware 
Russell & Erwin Manufacturing Co. 

Adolph Soeffing 

& Company 

HARDWARE 

833 Arch Street, Philadelphia 

Harry R. Rust 

Manufacturer of 

OFFICE and BANK PARTITIONS 

STORE FIXTURES 

19 S. Eighth Street 
724-26-28 Ludlow Street 
41-43 N. Hutchinson Street 



PHILADELPHIA 



178 



H. D. REESE 



MEATS 



1208 ARCH STREET PHILADELPHIA 

Sow QUAKER Brand 

CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEED 

OVER 99>4i^ PURE 

ROBERT L. LATIMER & CO. 

Mill, Mine, Elevator, Conveyor and Power Transmission Machinery and Supplies 

24-26 NORTH FRONT STREET - PHILADELPHIA 

M. & J. B. McHUGH 

892 Markoe^Str«t_^___^ CoiltraCtOrS 



Boyertown Burial Casket Co. 

Bronze, Metallic, Hardwood and Cloth-Covered Caskets 
Robes and Linings 

PHILADELPHIA. PA. BOYERTOWN. PA. NEW YORK, N.Y. 



Int^rtnr i9Fi:0ratmg i 



tl|e (Setter SCinb 




WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF THE VERY 
LATEST SHADES AND DESIGNS 

A. B. DRUCKER 

1937 MARKET STREET 



The Lamp Factory 

N. E. COR. SIXTH AND MARKET STS. PHILA., PA. 

M/E hate the finest and most varied selection 
of Lamps in the City 



179 



Columbia Avenue Trust Company 

BROAD AND COLXJJMBIA AVENUE 
WE PAY 4% INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 
" 2% " " CHECKING ACCOUNTS 

Capital Paid in $ 500,000.00 

Surplus and Undivided Profits Over (Earned) • $1,001,580.00 

Fridays Continuously From 9 A. M. Until 10 P. M. 

WM. A. CARLILE, ALBERT B. MILLETT, JOS. B. MONTGOMERY, 

President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer 

Open Monday and Thursday Evenings, 6 Until 8 P. M. 

When Dissatisfied with Your Work 

^''^ Forrest Laundry 

1221'23'25 COLUMBIA AVE. 

ICac^ Curtains smh Sffloar Slin^tts a §p0c!alta 
both phones 

f7| - • » ijr I of EVERY DESCRIPTION 

LleCtriCal Work installed and Repaired 
We also have a stock of Electrical Appliances and Supplies 

If your residence is not wired for Electric Lighting, we can wire 
without damaging your walls or floors 

ALBERT GENTEL, Inc. 

Electrical Contractors 

1503 COLUMBIA AVENUE 

4445 GERMANTOWN AVENUE PHILADELPHIA 



B. Pranklin \Valdron 

PAINTING CANVAS PANELING 

WALL PAPERS ELECTRIC WIRING 

TILE BATH ROOMS SPECIAL FIXTURES 

HARDWOOD FLOORS CORNICE MOULDING 

GENERAL INTERIOR ALTERATIONS 

1515 MONTGOMERY AVENUE 

180 



Phones i Oregon 4010 
/Oregon 4908 

Ellsworth French Cleaning 
and Dyeing Co. 

N. E. Cor. 24th and Ellsworth Streets 

PROMPT SERVICE GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED 

Steam, Vapor, Vacuum and Hot Water Heating 

IJVIPERFECT HEATING 
PLANTS CORJRECTED 

Specializing in Residential Heating Apparatus 

KRIEBEL & COMPANY 

822 Green Street Philadelphia 

Contractors for the heating installation in the 
MORRIS LASKER MEMORIAL HALL 

WILLIAM H, WATTS & CO. 

ARTISANS IN TILE AND MARBLE 

ARCHITECTURAL FAIENCE 

PERIOD FIREPLACES 

151 N. Sixteenth Street : Philadelphia 

ABOVE THE PARKWAY 

HOTEL DENNIS Atlantic City, N. J. 



Chalfonte Hotel 



c„.:„„.. HOTEL KNICKERBOCKER 

William B. Gravis, Managing Director 

181 



ATLANTIC 

CITY, N. J. 



Bell Phone 
Poplar 5469 



'*Used Cars of Merit** 



BARON'S 

Auto Exchange 



1244-46 N. Broad Street 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



Paper Hangings Plain and Frescoing - Painting Wall Fabrics Room Mouldings 

WILLIAM H. WARD 

ARTISTIC WALL DECORATIONS 

S. E. Cor. 15th and Oxford Streets 

Bell Phone, Columbia 6981 PHILADELPHIA 



At your service in all Established 1910 
matters concerning 



Poplar 0835 



fnTa'.t'^e"""'' WilliaiTi Fricdrich 

Conveyancing 
Mortgages 
Building 
and Loan 
Associations 



REALTOR 
1235 W. Girard Ave. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Office of the 

ALPHA 

FINANCE 

COMPANY, 

Inc. 

Asl( Any of 
Our Satisfied 
Clients 



custom: 

MADE 



STYLE SHOES 

FOR STOUT WOMEN m stock 

Designed and built to make stout feet and ankles appear stylishly slim 

SEAFRIED BROS. 

2811 GIRARD AVE. Philadelphia SOLD NOWHERE ELSE 



H. ELMER & CO. 

REALTORS 

15th and MASTER STREETS 

Phone, Stevenson 9000 



A. MacBride & Co. 

HEATING 
PLUMBING 
ROOFING 
BRICKWORK 

PHONES 1317 Girard Ave. 



RITTENHOUSE 9225-9226 



" HOWE KNOWS HOW " 



KEYSTONE, RACE 5795 



C. E. Howe Addressing & Printing Corp. 



Personalized Service 



S. M. FELDENHEIMER, 

President 



1710 and 1712 Market Street 
Philadelphia 



FRANK C.SNEDAKER& CO., Inc. 
BUILDERS^ MILL 

" Millwork of the Better Kind" 
Ninth and Tioga Streets 



FERGUSON 
CARPET CO. 

Stenton Ave. & Rockland St. 

Wayne Junction 
Philadelphia 



182 



Compliments of 



WM. R. DOUGHERTY 



A FRIEND 



H. M. BARNET 



Bonwit Teller & Co. 

Paxson -Taggart, Inc. 

Captain 
James L, Crawford 



Meng's Sons 

Conkling - Armstrong 
Terra Cotta Co, 

C. J. McDermott 

105 N. 4th STREET 



Edwin I. At lee 

President 



Philadelphia Manufacturers' Mutual 
Fire Insurance Company 



Commercial 
Trust Bldg. 



Mississippi Pearl /^™^ 

"T Burlington, 

Button Company lowa 



Salesroom: 

1017 ARCH STREET 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Bell Phone, Lombard 1050 

Specialty Furniture Co. 

Wholesale Furniture 

Maurice G. Cohn 
221 CHESTNUT STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Pressman - Gutman 
Silk Co. 



PHILADELPHIA 



HARRY LINSK 
& COMPANY 

40 North Sixth Street 
PHILADELPHIA 



183 



Refrigerating 
Plants 



1 119-21 
N. Howard St 

PHILADELPHIA, PA, 



H. B. HANFORD CO. 



Wholesale 



Rubber Footwear 

427 Market Street 
PHILADELPHIA 




CARNEY & RIEGE 

DRESS, MILLINER Y and 
LAMP SHADE TRIMMINGS 

Kensington Ave. and Huntingdon St. Philadelphia, Pa. 



Compliments of 

Herbert Newton & Co. 



George Wood, Sons 
& Company .... 



184 



Delaware Storage and Freezing Co- 

2 1 1 CALLOWHILL STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

John J. Hitschler & Son 

RECEIVERS — WHOLESALERS — JOBBERS 

BUTTER and EGGS 

1221-1223 South Street Philadelphia 



Julius Sostmann & Sons, Inc. 

Wholesale Butchers 



MEATS -;- POULTRY 


-;- PROVISIONS 




705 Callowhill Street 




407-9 N. Franklin Street 




PHILADELPHIA, PA. 


NEW YORK 


ATLANTIC CITY 


M^tihulv 


mttxhtti^ 


BUTTER 


MILK POWDER 


MERIDALE 


FARMS 


AVER & McKINNEY 




9 and 11 North Water Street 




Philadelphia 


TELEPHONES* Bell, Market 5030 


Keystone, Main 7324 


185 





(^ompliments of 

Wildman Mfg. Co. 



Norristown, Pa., U. S. A. 



GRATER -BODEY CO. 

Lumber, Millwork 
£# Building Supplies 

Norristown Pennsylvania 



Faultless 
Ice 



Cheltenham "'^"^coi""'' 
& Jenkintown 
Ice Manufacturing 
Company 



Main Office: OGONTZ 

Phone Connection 



Plants: OGONTZ AND WYNCOTE 



Telephones: 
Ogontz 226-50 J Melrose 1432 



Compliments of 

GEORGE ROYLE & CO. 


FELBIN BROTHERS 


HARRY L DETWILER 

Manufacturer 

Men's Trousers 

Broad Street Telford, Pa. 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

GEO. R. BEITLER 

PERKASIE, PA. 


H. A. DETWILER COMPANY 




Perkasie, Pa. 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

L. M. SCHWENK 

PERKASIE, PA. 


Compliments 

WILLIAM H. RORER 

Philadelphia 




Compliments of 


Compliments of 


Fisher, Bruce & Company 


E. J. HEINKE 


Burke Bros. 



186 



W. H. Zimmerman 
Plumbing 



STEAM AND HOT 
WATER HEATING 



Dealer in All Kinds of 

Pumps, Water Wheels 
Hydraulic Rams, Etc. 

109 E. Main St,, Lansdale, Pa. 

JOSEPH J. DAVIS 

Metals, Iron and Steel Scrap 

Paper Mfr's Supplies 

COO GREEN STREET LANSDALE, PA. 

LANSDALE-PHILADELPHIA 
DAILY EXPRESS 

JACOB L. HEEBNER, Proprietor 

Philadelphia Office 

7 NORTH FRONT STREET 

Phone, MARKET 331S 
Lansdale Office 

50 SUSQUEHANNA AVENUE 

Bell Phone 254 

• COMPLIMENTS OF 

Federico DiNunzio 

NEW SHOES AND REPAIRING 

Bicycles and Supplies 
LANSDALE, PA. 

Bell Phone 286 W 

HARRY R. BARRETT 
'c',:,.°" Hardware 



Pa 



General 
Supplies 



Cor. Ashland and Main Sts. 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



Compliments 

p. A. ^prrl|t 

MANUFACTURER OF 

FINE TROUSERS 

BLOOMING GLEN, PA. 

BELL PHONE OGONTZ 1178 

Jenkintown Market 

FANCY FRUITS and VEGETABLES 

HIGH GRADE CANNED GOODS 
FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS 

S. E. Cor. York Road and Greenwood Ave. 
JENKINTOWN PA. 



BUILDING LOTS 

AT WILLOW GROVE 

FOR SALE 



BOTH PHONES 



HENRY SPECHT, Jr. 

CONTRACTOR and BUILDER 

WILLOW GROVE, PENNA. 



Compliments of 

Dr. LOUIS SEIGLER 

Doylestown 

WM. P.ELY& SON 



Ready -to-Wear Clothing 

for 
Men, Boys, Children 

Gents* Furnishing 
Goods, Hats, Caps, 

Boots and Shoes 



Dealers 
in 



0pp. P. & R. Depot DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



187 



KEYSTONE PHONE, PARK 438 

HARRY WOLDORF 

DEALER IN 

SCRAP IRON : METALS 

Office, 1740-42-44 N. SECOND ST. 

Yard, 1741-43-45 N. PHILIP STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Both Phones 



Harry Starg 



Eastern Iron and Metal Co. 

DEALERS IN 

SCRAP IRON, STEEL 
and METALS 

Office and Yard 

21 52-54-56 N. Marshall Street 

PHILADELPHIA 



EEUL. POPLAR 8828 



KEYSTONE, PARK 1632 



A. ALBERT 

DEALER IN 

ALL KINDS OF PAPER STOCK 

SCRAP IRON, RAGS AND METALS 

913-915 N. 17th STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 

RES. 2530 RIDGE AVE. SEND POSTAL OR PHONE 
STEVENSON 7513 WE WILL CALL 



Bell, Columbia 0711 Keystone, Park 4716 

S. Specter & Co. 

Paper Manufacturers' 
Supplies 

1706 NORTH SECOND STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Herman Ladenson 

METALS 

614 Brown Street 
PHILADELPHIA 



S. MATUSOW & CO. 



Paper and Woolen 
Manufacturers' Supplies 



1538-40 SOUTH BEULAH STREET 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Bell, Lombard 1 1 73 Keystone. Main 2589 

J. ALBERT METAL CO. 

Dealers in 

RUBBER and 
METALS .... 

717 South Seventh Street 
PHILADELPHIA 



WiobtttB 2ir0S. 



823-25 BAINBRIDGE STREET 



PHILADELPHIA 



Berry Crates 
Bushels 



Peach Carriers 

1^ Baskets 



DAVID GOLDMAN & BRO. 

238-40 QUEEN STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Telephone: LOMBARD 1798 

All Varieties of Fruit Packages for Farmers 
OUR SPECIALTY 



Samuel Parris 

DEALER IN 

Pap^r anh Waal §tack 

2636-2640 W. CABOT STREET 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



183 



Phones 



Stevenson 8000 
Columbia 8350 



GOODS CALLED FOR 
AND DELIVERED 



ADOLPH PLAUSCHINAT 
French Dry Cleaning and Dyeing 

ALL GARMENTS ARE CLEANED BY OUR CONTINUAL FLOW PROCESS 

Office and Plant: 19th Street and Montgomery Avenue 

Store: 1824 Columbia Avenue Philadelphia 



BELL, REGENT 4483. 4484 



KEYSTONE. PARK 1483 



S. WOLF & SONS 

Manufac^turers ^urfai/is, CushioTis , Wiiidow Shades 

105 WEST BERKS STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Compliments of 

PHOENIX PAINT 
and VARNISH CO. 

H. B. BAUER & CO. 

Oil Cloths 

and Linoleum 



Wood and Willow Ware, 
Washing Machines, Etc. 



14 N, Sixth St, 



Phila. 



Compliments of 



H. C. L. MILLER, Inc. 



1101-19 North Front Street 
PHILADELPHIA 

S. STONE p, ( Market 0841 

P. ROBERMAN t^hones ^ p^^,^ ^323 

Grand Upholstered 
Furniture Co. 

Designers and Manufacturers of 

Exclusive Upholstered Furniture 

837-839-841 NORTH THIRD STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 



Kelzo Products 



Wood Novelties 



Automatic and General Wood Turning 

AMERICAN WOOD TURNING CO. 

Manufacturers and Designers of 

Lamps and Shades 



Office and Show Rooms: 



144-46 Noble Street : : Philadelphia, Pa. 



Bell, Regent 4637 



Keystone, Park 4080 



Kensington Paper Box Mfg. Co. 

Paper Boxes of Every Description 

2415 North Howard Street 

Joseph D. Kauffman 

Michael J. Halloran PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Founded 1 864 

HIRES TURNER 
GLASS COMPANY 

30th and Walnut 

PHILADELPHIA 



189 



Northwestern Trust 
Company 

RIDGE AND COLUMBIA AVENUES 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Capital - - $150y000 
Undivided Profits^ $1,100,000 
On Deposit, over $11,000,000 



THE PLACE to do your general 

Banking and deposit your 

savings 



4 per cent. Interest on Savings 

Fund Accounts 
and 2 per cent, subject to Check 



Open Mondays and Fridays until 9 P. M, 



WILLIAM FREIHOFER ALEX. D. ROBINSON 

President Treasurer 



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